|Learn How I Photographed & Edited This Exact Shot in the Video Tutorial Below|
After spending over a month backpacking through Patagonia ( 3 weeks alone / 1 week with friends ) I was burnt out, sick ( food poison ), and ready to get some rest.
|Backcountry Camping in Patagonia – March 2015|
None the less there were still a few things left to do. First off, I had to shoot this view ( photo at top of page ). I know everyone shoots this view, but it’s bad ass.
I rented a Toyota Hilux in Puerto Natales for the last 3 days of my trip to knock off some well known spots such as this, and do some off road exploring to some really remote & unique locations.
|Driving the Hilux into Torres Del Paine National Park, Chile – April 2105|
The first night in the Hilux I slept a few miles out from this location. At 5AM my watch alarm went off & I was up. It was nice not having to tear down my tent for the 32nd morning in a row.
Anyways… after hiking out, the sunrise looked like it was going to be a dud. Then I realized that this is Patagonia… BOOM, light. Everywhere. Such a fun sunrise to shoot!
For this specific shot I used some perspective blending techniques which are taught in the free video linked below.
In short perspective blending allows you to take two different photos of nearly the same composition. Using wide angle distortion you can blend these photos to look much better than a standard wide angle view.
Check out the video tutorial below for complete details… Enjoy:)
Make Sure to Check Out the Video Notes Provided Under the Video In YouTube