Buy a professional camera and you’re a professional photographer, buy a flute and you own a flute.
Ever look at a National Geographic magazine and see amazing landscape photos? That could now be you, after the amazing Derrick Koo shed some light on how he takes his mesmerising landscape shots.
He showed us the types of specs that he usually takes his landscape photos with, the gear he uses, and the fact that you don’t need an amazing camera for magnificent photos. He also divulged the wonders of ND (neutral density) filters, that cheap tripods aren’t necessarily bad, and the way he edits his photos.
It was a great brief for the upcoming Day Trip at Arthur’s Seat. Pizza was had. Charades was had. Good times were had.
To check out more of Derrick’s work, do make your way to:
Until next time, happy snapping