One aspect they explore in their new title is the intimate landscape, far away from the horizon and the large vistas. They talk about the images at our feet, in the small nooks and crannies, and the seemingly inconsequential elements, such as marks in the sand, that can serve as a microcosm of the whole.
What particularly excites Tony and Eva is that this genre encourages individuality. They emphasis that the intimate landscape is intensely personal as only you have ever noticed it. It really is unique.
And they recommend, 'Put away your wide-angle lenses as you will be far better served using a standard, macro or even a long lens. Using a tripod is helpful when doing this kind of work because not only does it allow to use a slower ISO rating (and thus maximise the quality of the image) but you are also in a position to select the aperture that best suits.'
'The best time to explore the intimate landscape is when the weather is overcast. Often the best lighting occurs after a period of light rain, as the saturation of the colours is more intense.'
These images, taken by Tony and Eva, provide a flavour of the intimate landscape that lies at The Water's Edge.
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