Tallest Trees in The World | Landscape Photography in Redwood National & State Park

The beginning and starting at 6:05 reminds me of what it’s like to be there!

Tallest Trees in The World | Landscape Photography in Redwood National & State Park

Oct 4, 2017

Diego McCartney

“In the Redwood’s Again, and Hello YouTube”

Redwood National and State Park is a special place for me because it is the location where my landscape photography journey began almost six years ago. Little did I know my long time love of hiking and being out in nature would perfectly compliment this style of photography. A lot has changed since then, and I feel blessed to be able to continue to explore locations such as these so often. On this trip I visited a part of the Redwood’s I had never been to before. Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, which is closets to Crescent City in California. After watching a video by a fellow YouTuber, Mads Peter Iversen, I was hooked on the idea of visiting two groves here. Stout Grove and The Boy Scout Tree Trail. When they say it’s tough to shoot inside a Redwood forest. It’s a hundred percent true! I struggled to find a solid composition or at least an angle that captures the size and wonder of these trees. No image will do them justice though.

Part Two of this episode (https://youtu.be/V5nXzFB4G94)

*To read my full blog about this episode and check out all the images taken as well as detailed camera settings visit my blog on my website.*

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Link to Mads Peter Iversen’s Redwood Video (https://youtu.be/lm4QxAANlOM)

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