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I’m sure The vast majority of landscape photographers would agree that their most important photographic accessory is their tripod and head. A good tripod reduces the risk of camera shake, allows you to shoot with shutter speeds much slower than are possible even with the excellent image stabilisation systems in modern cameras and importantly, they also slow you down, making for more precise, considered compositions. A good head will allow you to make small adjustments and fine-tune your framing.
After years of punting it into the long grass, I’m chuffed to announce the launch of my brand new website at markbauerphotography.com. As well as being fully responsive for mobiles and tablets, the new site also makes good use of the high definition retina screens to really show off my photos.
I was delighted to have been placed second in the ‘Breathing Spaces’ category of the International Garden Photographer of the Year with my image, Dawn Colours, Karuc, Monenegro.
My latest images come from a typical trek along the Purbeck coastline, when I took in Durdle Door, Dancing Ledge, Chapman’s Pool and Kimmeridge Bay. Although the winter sun can have a higher contrast than in summer, from early December to late February the dawn sun is lower in the sky and more diffused thus […]
I’ve just got back from a few days in Venice. I’d been there several times before but I realised during my stay I’d not visited for over twenty years. It was great to be back and to see things afresh with several more years of photography experience behind me. I particularly enjoyed strolling the banks […]
In November I took my trusty kit down to the rugged Croatian coast to capture some of the most boisterous seascapes that Europe has to offer. I was based near Dubrovnik and, whilst the city boasts some of the mildest winter temperatures in the country, the bora wind blows cold gusts down the Adriatic coast between October […]
I’m delighted that I’ve been successful again in the International Garden Photographer of the Year competition. One of my images was highly commended in last year’s competition, and this year I went one better, with my shot of the thrift at Bedruthan Steps in Cornwall achieving a Finalist place in the Wildflower Landscapes category.
I’m delighted to have been successful in the inaugural International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition. There are some interesting features to this competition, in particular the fact that entries are limited to 4 per person and must have been taken in the previous 12 months. They also make a distinction between the Photographer of the year […]