Landscape photography is one of the most enjoyable genres of photography simply because you get to be out in nature, but that doesn't mean it's always easy. Getting to your location, finding perfect compositions, waiting for the best light, and being able to get the image right in camera requires more skill than you might think.
Spending up to $200 on a tripod may seem a little crazy to some; I mean you can go and grab one at your local food store for $50, so why pay up to $200? Do you really want to put thousands of dollars worth of camera equipment on an all plastic tripod? I know I wouldn't want to do that.
If you picked up one of the amazing Canon cameras that have been on sale in recent weeks you're probably wondering what lenses, and accessories you should buy to go with it. Canon users have access to one of the most robust line ups of lenses, bags, tripods, flashes, and countless other accessories.
Lets face it, tripods are not the most exciting accessory to talk about in the photography world. One thing that cannot be denied though is just how important it is to have a strong, sturdy tripod when you head outside to do landscape photography.
Camera bags are a vital accessory to all photographers, and each bag serves to fill a specific role. Bags designed for urban use will not fare well out in the great wide open, where as bags designed to be used for hiking will be too bulky to roam around the streets in the city center.
In the past 30 years, Vanguard has gone from a niche manufacturer to one of the world’s most recognized brands for high-quality photo-video accessories including tripods, heads, and bags. Recently Vanguard announced their latest series of messengers, sling, and backpacks – the ALTA RISE series of bags.