Tourist VS Local Photographer | How 2 photographers shoot the same location

Tourist VS Local Photographer | How 2 photographers shoot the same location


92 thoughts on “Tourist VS Local Photographer | How 2 photographers shoot the same location

  1. Just started watching, but that's definitely a video I waited for – always interesting to compare the 'biased' local approach vs. a fresh view. ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Hi Chris, it would mean a lot to me if you checked out my channel and have me some tips. Keep up the great work!

  3. A photograph can be an instant of life captured for eternity that will never cease looking back at you.โœŒ๐Ÿ’•๐ŸŽฅ๐ŸŽฌ๐Ÿ“ธ

  4. Hey Chris, love this one! It's so true about how "normal life" for one looks so exotic or authentically foreign to others. Fun one! Have a great week!

  5. Loved seeing the two different perspectives. I definitely agree that itโ€™s important to have an open mind while taking photos but also trying to capture what speaks to you. As you said, art is subjective and as long as your happy with what you got thatโ€™s all that matters.
    Iโ€™m from Washington and my IG handle is @megansonthemoon

    Love your videos! Thanks Chris!

  6. Great seeing the comparison of the two image… i was intrigued because the point of view of the tourist would be really different IMO. Fantastic results…

  7. Love it Chris! I just did a short cinematic sequence on my channel of my time along the Wild Atlantic in the west of Ireland. The west is the most beautiful part of Ireland!

  8. "I feel like i've done it… and I'm done with them" – Dillon haha — man such great shots and such a well executed video!!

  9. I'm still putting in the effort to get the hang of it. On IG @StephenWelton tuning in from Hamilton Ontario Canada! What an amazing back drop and awesome pictures there! WOW

  10. As an Irish man who has been traveling South East Asia for the past few months this video really made me miss home! Great video!

  11. I really big part of the tourist mindset is freeing yourself from the things that "HOLD" your focus. Even walking around your own home town with an open mind free of the things that consume you, can be like a mini vacation. It is revitalizing to take that time to feed your curiosity and creative appetite to explore and take special notice of the details and subjects that speak to you, free from the confines and worries of your daily grind. This was a good video Chris!

  12. Keem Bay, awesome! Last time I was there, I was all alone because it was pouring rain my whole time on Achill island. Nice perspective!

  13. Life is all about perspective! Every single one of us see it all in a slightly different way, and it's all about expanding your insight on what those ways may be! Awesome idea for a video Chris

  14. Very interesting video!๐Ÿ˜Š
    Btw when do I get you presets? You once said in a video if one says 'NVIDIA saw that video' 20 times or so and send you this on Instagram, one will get the presets. And I did it when the video went online but you didn't respond๐Ÿ˜‰

  15. I expected a photography challenge between you two! where you let the audience choose the best one in the end on social media!

  16. YO! Chris first of all that camo coat is SICK i need one. Second of all, great video man! Its always cool to get different people's perspectives on how they shoot the same thing or places.

  17. Great video Chris! As a local you shouldn't think as a tourist because tourists take standard photos. Both as a local and as a tourist, you should always think creatively about the photos you take at a tourist location. You can of course take those typical tourist photos, because they also do well, but it is better to use your creative brain.

  18. Awesome video Chris, nice to see Dil on here too – discovered him at POV last year and have been following him since then.

    The big question is….. did you make it further than knee deep in that (freezing cold) water? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  19. Hi Chris, I'm from Northern Ireland and will be going back home next week. Any chance we could meet up? My Instagram is @SIKEPhotos and you've been a huge inspiration to me over the years as I am a photographer myself. It would be great to meet up with you and maybe do a collaboration?
    Si

  20. Hey Chris, love your videos man! How did you make the exposure look so "dreamy"? The highlights look so bright yet protected at the same time. Any special tips/gear for this?

  21. Absolutely Beautiful and amzing place man crazy How you can live through photo and video . Amazing video man thank you. Gonna figure out hau to get there one day ๐Ÿ˜‰

  22. End shot as Chris screams having stepped on a jellyfish, then hops out in 120fps slow mo ๐Ÿฅด๐Ÿ‘ great video

  23. Video cuts when you have your legs in the water at knee height. You are cheating, you didn't swim in the ocean ๐Ÿ˜›

  24. Next time you come back make sure to check out Inis Oirr Island – Its my favourite spot. Very inspiring for content, its got an awesome rusted shipwreck up on rocks

  25. For real, going there was my very 1st bucket list place when i was like 9. How do you guys decide where specifically to go on your trips?

  26. Hey Chris thanks for sharing another amazing shoot (plus the b-roll was sick good!!) Ireland for me is definitely on my bucket list

  27. if Future Chris give us the outro because past chris did a bad job …Where is present Chris ? X-files theme song

    and future change the hand/cap outro ! I mean HAU dare you ?

  28. Gr8 video dude really did enjoy that and you can't say you've been to Ireland if you haven't went in the sea on a freezing cold day.. Fair play ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ

  29. You guys finally hung some pics on your back wall!! ๐Ÿ˜€ Yep, that was my take away from this. lol
    You're images turned out amazing. I can't wait to visit Ireland next year.

  30. Dillon's photos highly reminded me of myself๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ˜‚ups-btw awesome video and nice colors & photos

  31. Love everything about that country and living in Belfast for two-months was one of the greatest experiences I've had in the past few years. Watching this took me back.. Seriously can't wait to visit again soon!

  32. Itโ€™s not only the tourist vs. local perspectives, itโ€™s also 2 photographers seeing stuff differently (I see that time and time again when I go out to shoot with my brother in law) ๐Ÿ™ƒ

  33. Probably my favourite place in Ireland. I make the 4 hr drive twice a year . This was keem beach , pronounced Kem by the locals. Behind keem are the croaghaun sea cliffs. Highest in Ireland. Jaw dropping views

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