Photo © Steve Gosling
Manfrotto School of Xcellence is to host a webinar all about busting the myths of landscape photography with Steve Gosling.
Steve said: "I have witnessed so many photographers (beginners and experienced) who have been constrained by the so-called ‘rules’ of photography; under pressure to conform to a set of expectations that they should (or should not) be doing certain things. The purpose of this presentation is therefore to encourage photographic ‘anarchy’ – to urge all photographers to break the rules and ignore all the ‘should/should nots’."
Steve will try to dispel what he refers to as the ‘myths of landscape photography’ (there are over a dozen in total) which include:
Myth – ‘You should set out to take photographs that will sell/win competitions’
Myth – ‘You need to be in a great location to take a great landscape photograph’
The webinar will be illustrated with a wide range of Steve's landscape images – colour and B&W; wide vistas and close up details.
'Exploding the Myths Of Landscape Photography' takes place on 20 June 2013 at 4PM BST, and is free.
For more information and to book your place now, visit the Manfrotto School of Xcellence website