The view from the pro
Andy Farrer is an award-winning landscape photographer. Based in Dorset, Andy actually won the 2015 Landscape Photographer of the Year award for an image taken at Durdle Door…
“The Canon 5D MKIV sees a big step forward as Canon’s 5D line-up continues to evolve. I started with the original 5D before moving to the MKII and then the MKIII and now the MKIV is a camera that’s even more tuned up for landscape photographers. The
“IT’S THE DYNAMIC RANGE THAT REALLY SEPARATES THE CANON 5DMKIV FROM ITS PEERS. ITS ABILITY TO RESCUE DETAIL IS AMAZING”
key highlights for me are the addition of GPS and Wi-fi. GPS especially is important for landscapers because you’re often shooting in the middle of nowhere and being able to tag your location means you can easily find it again. But it’s the dynamic range that really separates the 5DMKIV from its peers. The ability to rescue shadows and highlights from the RAW file gives photographers the confidence to shoot in high-contrast scenes.”
This image from Chris shows his aptitude to pack the foreground of the frame with extra interest.
Jeremy demonstrated excellent ability in mixing light with shade, which is an impressive skill.
Matt mixed classic landscape techniques with long exposure for a varied set of excellent images.