03 Dec Premium A designer approach to landscape photography
Source: Fuji X Passion
Landscape photography can be one of the most straightforward genres for a photographer to get started, but to master it, requires a lot of hard work, continuous learning and persistence.
In this interview with landscape photographer Clement Breuille, we asked him everything you might want to know. From how he finds new locations for shooting, to equipment, accessories, settings and all the tips he can share on how to get “that photo”.
Could you please introduce yourself to the readers?
My name is Clement Breuille, I’m a 26 years old French Product designer based in Sydney since now 3 years. I grew up and lived in France for most of my life in a city called Nantes, where I’ve graduate from 2 masters, the main one in Interaction design at L’École de Design Nantes Atlantiques (https://en.lecolededesign.com/), the second one in Project management at l’Universite de Nantes (www.univ-nantes.fr).
I’ve started photography about 2 years ago when I purchased my first camera, a Fujifilm X-Pro2, and found my main photographic subject almost straight away: Landscape photography.
Fuji X-T2 . Fuji XF10-24mmF4 @13.80mm . f/5.6 . 0.3″ . ISO 400
What is the philosophy behind your images? Do you have a preconceived image in mind when you’re heading to a certain location?
Landscape photography is a
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