Nature Photographer

San Francisco-based photographer Dino Tomassetti, Jr. specializes in nature photography.  He is also well-versed and experienced in other photography genres and has studied the craft in-depth for over a decade.  In this blog, Dino Tomassetti, Jr. will be writing about several interesting subjects that range from the benefits of nature photography and perfecting the craft even when indoors to more technical topics that revolve around cameras and lenses.  There will also be blogs on tips when it comes to practicing the art.

During the lockdown period, Dino Tomassetti, Jr. has learned a lot of new things about photography.  These include new ways to conduct shoots in the world today, more methods to enhance one’s technical skill with the camera and its accessories, and innovative techniques photographers can use when in the outdoors.

Readers will find that the blogs on this site are for those who are starting their photography journey and are raring to learn about the craft.  However, Dino Tomassetti, Jr. believes that there are things here that even veteran photographers may find useful.

In his years of experience, Dino Tomassetti, Jr. argues that talent and skill have always been greater than equipment.  But to hone that talent and skill, people need to learn the right way to go about photography, which is to say that a good eye and a creative mind are more important than gear.  Readers will find this to be a recurring theme on this blog site. 

There will be blogs that touch on the benefits of nature photography as well as essential information for photographers while on their adventure in the great outdoors.  Dino Tomassetti, Jr. will share several tips that he has learned throughout the years, including how to shoot nature and stay safe.  Readers may take his blogs as invitations to go on a photography adventure, to pick up their backpacks, and begin their own quest, either in a national park, nature preserve, or any place they’ve never been to before.

Dino Tomassetti, Jr. will be sharing several important technical advice that will definitely benefit newcomers to the art.  Readers can also expect topics on natural light and how and when to use it, the proper equipment required when shooting landscapes and wildlife, and some of the best camera equipment available in the market today.