Added by on 2021-01-05

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Hello! I really hope you enjoyed watching this video! Please leave some feedback in the comments, I spent a lot of time preparing this video and I want to improve my videos for the future! What did you like? What did you not like? What do you want to see more of? Let me know! I would also like to apologize for the audio quality of the voiceover, I used my phone as a microphone and edited the recording on Adobe Audition, so it was better than before. Feel free to ask questions about my painting or the process! I’d love to help! Social: Instagram (most active): Twitter: @noellecurtisart Facebook: Music: Video Rating: / 5 In this video I return to a location from a previous video where I photographed some wild horses in Arizona. I have had any landscape photography trips in Arizona because of it being too hot and dry, without any clouds for weeks. Finally, I get some clouds and make the best of it. My Full Kit: (Affiliate Links) Nikon D850: Sony A73: Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8: Tamron 15-30mm F/2.8: Sony 28mm F/2 Lens: Sony 55mm F/1.8 Zeiss: Haida 150mm Filter Holder: Rode Lav Mic: Zoom H1 Recorder: Rode SC3 adapter for Zoom H1: Sony A73 Intervalometer: Follow Me: My website and newsletter: Video Rating: / 5


  • Vitas Artworks 3 weeks ago

    why your arches stay so flat while drawing with so many water…mine is buckeling when painting with so many water 🙁

  • firdyk 3 weeks ago


  • Madeleine W 3 weeks ago

    What's the paper/book your using? I have arches paper and im too nervous to use it and would like to practice more on a less expensive but effective paper

  • Christina Todd 3 weeks ago

    Good job on the values. So many people are afraid of putting in those dark darks but they are absolutely necessary. Great painting.

  • Spike O'Dell 3 weeks ago

    Love this! thanks for the video!

  • Betsy Marks 3 weeks ago

    Really great to see your process! Thanks for sharing

  • Mike Koss 3 weeks ago

    Beautiful image. Love how you made the colors really pop – but with great attention to texture and detail. Thanks for sharing this!

  • Ayasami 3 weeks ago

    The voice over wasn't bad at all – for your first one it was really good. Things I'd like to see (you don't have to it, just suggestions): put some links of what you are using in the description box and it would be very cool if you made a video showing your supplies a little more in detail/what to look out for and what not to buy. 🙂 Other than that I really liked this video 🙂

  • Sara U. 3 weeks ago

    so pretty <3 detailed, i love it. Keep it up! Make more videos ^^

  • Rawan Mohamed 3 weeks ago

    You're so talanted❤

  • Ethan Thong 3 weeks ago

    I love it so much! It looks so good!

  • Woow this is amazing! ☺️❤️ Thanks for the video Noelle, it turned out incredible!

  • Gary Michael Flanagan 3 weeks ago

    Hey bud! Local bird and wildlife photographer here. Looks like you were at water users rec area? I’m trying to get further into landscapes. Do you any good morning locations you wouldn’t mind sharing that I can explore around for compositions? Thanks!!

  • Divi Photos 3 weeks ago

    Great video

  • groovesme 3 weeks ago

    Don't you just despise the punks thrashing our nature!

  • Anthony Salas 3 weeks ago

    Great video Mike. Can't wait for the monsoons to start up.

  • Adventures_AZ 3 weeks ago

    Great video, cool horses.

  • Melissa Portales 3 weeks ago

    Great location. What backpack are you using? Looks like something I might want to try 🙂

  • Brent Hall 3 weeks ago

    Excellent! Great B-roll, EPIC timelpase, awesome pano…what more could you want?!

  • Russell McGuire 3 weeks ago

    Solid video! One of my favorite spots to go out and shoot. I have yet to see the horses out there but maybe next time.

  • Sebastian Stöttinger - Landschaftsfotografie 3 weeks ago

    Love that place, If I ever make it to the southwest of the US, I'll try to shoot there! And beautiful picture again man!

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