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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote FAQ: http://www.thomasheaton.co.uk/faq/ Blog: http://www.thomasheaton.co.uk/another-wild-camp-haystacks-horseshoe/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThomasHeatonPhotography Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/thomasheaton Twitter: https://twitter.com/theatonphoto Water Filter: http://www.traveloutdoors.co.uk/sawyer-mini-water-filtration-system/ Nisi Camera Filters: www.facebook.com/nisicamerafilters A short video following my latest photography outing. Me, my camera & my tent in the Lake District, UK. Filmed on a GoPro Hero3+ Black with Polar Pro Mic & 3 way mount. Kit used: Lowepro Rover Pro 45 AW Bag Canon 5D MK III Canon 24-70L Canon 70-200L Zeiss Distagon 21mm Camera Filters: Nisi & Heliopan using Lee foundation holder Manfrotto 055CXPRO3 Tripod with 498RC2 Ball Head Video Rating: / 5

20 Comments

  • Tahsin Tarim 1 year ago

    really like your work, but it would be helpful if you write what lens you used, aperture, shutter speed, iso etc for each photo.. thanks

  • Daggie666 1 year ago

    Great inspiration from this! :)

  • Vegan Troll 1 year ago

    If frankieonpc did anything like this… ugh, we can always dream… ;)

  • peregrinestudio 1 year ago

    What a great video Thomas and it shows just why many of us head up on the hills for shots beautiful scenery and until you actually experience being there its so hard to explain to non photographers.
    Haven't used many filters until recently but have just got some ND Grads and Full to experiment with. Loved the final shot of the tent and have to agree the Bothy shot was a winner.
    Have fun
    Brian

  • MD Ziauddin 1 year ago

    I love Landscape photography, and I just stumble upon your channel. I am blown away by your dedication and count me in as your No 1 fan from today, I cant express how much I loved your video. Hope I would be able to go for a solo trip only to take photo. Thanks for sharing. hats off man.

  • Asif Raza 1 year ago

    Really nice video, location and landscape photography. There'd have been much charm if you'd explained the gears you'd used for the photography with a bit of description of the reasons for using camera settings. Just a thought. Ta

  • poksi360 1 year ago

    You have a great channel. Really inspiring stuff.

  • rowan 3 1 year ago

    @Thomas Heaton 11:02 Baked Beans? :D

  • Isanka Konara 1 year ago

    woooow, i love this

  • Jay Bedford 1 year ago

    cant believe that you didnt take the op to do a macro down near that pond when you said you wasnt feeling it.

  • Michael 1 year ago

    Extremely inspirational! Well done and great images! Thanks!

  • starr shine 1 year ago

    I am happy to see you using filters. I see and hear many people say "Filters are a waste of money, you can do most of it in post". But for me, and everyone is different, but for me, I like getting as most in camera as possible.

  • orlyn04 1 year ago

    katy pery

  • Cal McAllister 1 year ago

    superb video. what tent do you have in this video. i am looking for an easy up 1 or 2 man tent.

  • Siddh Baikar 1 year ago

    can you please do one star trail photography shoot

  • Siddh Baikar 1 year ago

    really awesomeee… video keep it up…. great going !!!! Best of luck

  • tulsapriyank 1 year ago

    No bears? :)

  • Sascha Rösner 1 year ago

    thank you for taking me out there …

  • Jon “banarne71” Lerum 1 year ago

    Your vids are true inspiration. Thanks for sharing!

  • jinxy mctavish 1 year ago

    Watching this video is like looking in the mirror. You share the exact interests as myself and I cannot wait to get back out in Scotland with all the camera/camping gear when the weather calms down a bit. Great videos

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