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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Get Stunning Digital Photography at Amazon or Chelsea, Madelyn, & Tony fly off to Glacier National Park in Montana to share some landscape tips. They get some shots of mountains and waterfalls, get soaked in a flash flood that ruined two cameras, and fly through the mountains in a helicopter. Buy the #1 book with 12+ HOURS of video: Worldwide use 10% off coupon ‘YouTube’: Get my Photography Buying Guide: Worldwide use 10% off coupon ‘YouTube’: and the Lightroom books at: OR, search for “Tony Northrup” in your Kindle, iBooks, Google Play, or Nook stores. All versions include 9+ hours of video, free lifetime updates, and free support. Questions? Add a comment and I’ll reply. My camera gear: * Best beginner camera: * Canon 70D: * Canon 5D Mark III: * Canon 50mm f1.4: * Canon 24-105 f/4 L IS: * Canon 70-200 f/2.8 L IS MkII: * Canon 500mm f/4 L IS: * Sigma 150mm macro: * Rokinon fisheye: * YongNuo 568EX Flash: Video Rating: / 5 There are a million and two photographic filters on the market. Some can help you take better photos and some are designed simply to separate you from your cold hard cash. Here’s my humble opinion about which filters are actually worth getting. Have a question? Check out my FAQ page: FAQ Subscribe to the Pro Photo Tips newsletter to receive the very best in Nature Photography Education: Newsletter Signup — Joshua Cripps is a full-time landscape photographer living near Yosemite National Park in California. His recent work includes the worldwide marketing campaign for the Nikon D750 camera. For more landscape photography, tutorials, and workshops visit: […]


  • John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt 10 months ago

    F22? LOL! Really?

    Hellooooo diffraction.

  • Mark Adams 10 months ago

    Great video. Thank you!

  • Clos MasMas 10 months ago

    What tripod did you use on this trip?

  • 7ShadesOfWhite 10 months ago

    I've been watching your youtube channel for a couple of months now. Really good work by you guys. I just bought your book as well and I am going to read/watch all of it but I have a question. What lens is good for landscape photography? I am new to photography and bought Canon 80D with the 18-135mm IS USM kit lense.

  • BulletChamber129 10 months ago

    What lens did Chelsea used, it's a tamron I know that

  • did anyone else notice the GH4 in the video?

  • I've been watching your videos for a while now and just found this one. Hands down this is your best video on YouTube. It feels honest – minus all the "buy my book" bits. lol

  • Patrick Fitzgerald 10 months ago

    Helicopter tours over our national parks. . . what a selfish and shameful way to ruin the park experience for everyone else.

  • EdgarSteven Enriquez 10 months ago

    I am like 80% closer now,…to buying your book. lol

  • Perfect Moments 10 months ago

    When you buy the paperback, do you get the ebook too?

  • Todd Grivetti 10 months ago

    Hey guys, spent a week up there this past Sept. Second trip to the park. Love this video. Thanks for sharing.

  • Michael Varaklas 10 months ago

    Congrats guys, that was beautiful

  • Yuexin Huo 10 months ago

    I wonder why this video looks so blurry when you are moving your camera and becomes sharp immediate when you keep it still. Is it because its FPS is very low??

  • yuri boyka 10 months ago

    are u using lumix?

  • helljumper5586 10 months ago

    Haha wet shoe from wading. I thought I would be smarter and took my shoes and socks off and left them on the shore of the lake, a puppy picked up one of my merino wool sock and ran off with it :(

  • Kismat Rana 10 months ago

    I found "Nepal" as a perfect destination for photography and to spent vacation !!
    Low costs but heavenly pleasant places wow..

  • Beth Rose 10 months ago

    Love your videos. I am learning so much. Thank you for sharing your gift of photography with the world.

  • prashant kumar 10 months ago

    Hi Tony and chelsea
    thanks for these amazing videos..your videos are really helpful for us..kindly please let me know which lense should be used for Landscape Photography as I have Canon 700 D with 18:55 lense but smtimes the results are not that sharp so what should I do in that case?

  • randall curtis 10 months ago

    The use of drones would be interesting, however, not if everyone in a national park brought a drone … for that reason, drones are illegal for photography in national parks unless you obtain special permission … Tony & Chelsea are my inspirations, as well as my mentors, because i don't have expensive equipment; i have only really cheap equipment; but they still encourage me to get out there and look for that great moment, that great shot, and bring whatever amount of creativity, composition, and skill i can manage to my photographic experiences … thank you Tony & Chelsea for being who you are and doing what you do

  • Challenge World 10 months ago

    If you like photography folow _._jason on instagram

  • davey boy 10 months ago

    i wish i had watched your video be for i bought my uv filter it as it was not cheap

  • davey boy 10 months ago

    great video i like the no nonsense approach you put to your video

  • Mike slay 10 months ago

    Great Tut Josh. Really enjoyed the Death Valley workshop.

  • WhatAreYouBuyen 10 months ago

    I thought that UV filter looked strange…

  • Clive Ellis 10 months ago

    Don't forget the Tobacco filter, everyone should have one.

  • Shariq Allaqaband 10 months ago

    You are funny…You gotta a subscriber! ;)

  • tulipvalley111 10 months ago

    Worst Russian accent I've heard LOL great video :-D

  • Van Hung Le 10 months ago

    Thanks for the tip. Pls advise, if i had only one choice of graduated ND, which one should i get among .2, .4… Etc.

  • Guillermo Gimenez 10 months ago

    How can I use a CPL combined with ND? I'm thinking about the haida 100 series but I'm wondering if there are more options

  • Ronald Alarcon 10 months ago

    I love watching your video tutorial…

  • Alexander Huynh 10 months ago

    Which nd filter should I buy

  • KentSpain85 10 months ago

    Subscribed 🙂 Great video!

  • Chance Seiler 10 months ago

    I always buy the cheapest UV filters. Only takes a moment to remove the filter. Then just be aware it's not there when shooting.

  • jr4chargers 10 months ago

    Hey, I didn't know Seananners was a pro photographer!

  • corozaki 10 months ago

    Can you provide us with the reasonable prices for the filters? ND glass can range from 20-300 $!!!

  • Davy Scales 10 months ago

    Agreed, why pay hundreds of $ or £ for a lens to then cover it with a UV filter.
    As for the rest of the video, nicely done.

  • Bora Hirsova 10 months ago

    As a 12 years old pro I agree %100!

  • Kyle Tarlton 10 months ago

    Totally agree about the UV filter….except when near kids. 😉
    Had my camera on a boardwalk videoing my nephew running towards it and figured he would surely run around the camera. Nope! Kicked it right in the lens. Luckily had a UV filter on which got pretty scratched. I was happy to have it that day.

  • Daniel Danzig 10 months ago

    Uh, you guys are good. Thanks.

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