How to Photograph Woodlands: Trees, Streams, and Fungi

Sometimes when the weather is a bit rubbish, but you have that nature photography itch, heading into some secluded woodland is your best bet for photographic success.

In this tutorial, official Nikon Ambassador Ross Hoddinott shows you 3 great techniques you can use to properly capture and document a woodland area. Learn how to take beautiful woodland stream images, as well as macro photos of fungi and some creative ICM images of trees with bold shapes.

This video was produced by, in partnership with B&H Photo Video.

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Ross Hoddinott is among the UK’s best-known landscape and natural history photographers. He is a multi-award-winning photographer and the author of several bestselling photography titles, including The Landscape Photography Workshop (with Mark Bauer). Based in Cornwall, Ross is best known for his images of the South West of England, but he travels all over the UK in search of outstanding views and atmospheric conditions. He is a Nikon Alumni, an Ambassador for Manfrotto and a Global Icon for F-Stop Gear. Ross is a popular and experienced tutor and co-runs Dawn 2 Dusk Photography, specialising in landscape photography workshops.