Getting out with your equipment for some woodland photography can be very rewarding, in fact might just be one of the best activities you can do. Hiking a few miles through a forest is not only healthy for your heart it also lowers your blood pressure leaving you rewarded with as sense of serenity and calmness. Get your camera and head out.
Tips & Tricks for photographing Woodlands and the forest interior: I start with a simple philosophy - keep it simple and carry just "enough", this simply means I normally carry a wide angle and normal lens. Something around 24mm and a 45 or 50mm and of course I never leave my three-legged friend behind - my tripod always goes out with me to ensure my images have a good chance of not being blurry, as the interior of the forest does restrict light. + you might just find a nice waterfall and wish to use a longer exposure to smooth out the water.
Thanks for looking through the blog post and the Woodland photographs, best part is I had a wonderful time taking these.