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Another day, another photo here on Phogropathy! I hope you’re all having a nice week – Here’s something I like to do from time to time…. I’d love for you to share some of your photographs on Phogropathy’s Facebook Timeline – I might even pick a couple to reshare to my followers, or maybe even mention you on here on the blog if you’d like. Bonus points for photographs related to the theme of “summer”.
I love taking these kinds of photographs of random fallen trees. There’s only so many times that you can capture a fallen tree in a unique and interesting manner, but throughout my time as a photographer I’ve begun to realize that photographing in the forest can be challenging.
Do you photograph in the forest, or thickly wooded areas? I’d love to hear how you deal with the lush green environment that barely changes no matter where you walk or look. Sure you can snap on your macro lens and have a lot of fun, but when it comes to shooting landscapes, forest photography is one of the most difficult in my opinion.
I’ll have some times on what I look for and how I do this style of photography in a coming post, but until then, I’d love to hear what you think of this kind of scene and how you go about photographing it.