Landscape photography is a challenging genre that requires a variety of different skills that come together simultaneously to create successful images. As such, there are many things that can unintentionally throw your process off track. This great video tutorial features an experienced landscape photographer discussing five such things and how to fix or avoid them in the first place.
This excellent video tutorial from First Man Photography covers five things that can derail the landscape photography process. Perhaps what I think is the most common is fair-weather friendliness. Of course we all prefer to be outside when it’s warm and dry, but the world is awash with landscapes of partly cloudy skies and golden sunshine. A willingness to persevere in less than ideal conditions often results in unique and more dramatic photos that capture the viewer’s imagination and rise above the din of the billions of photos posted each day. Check out the video above for the full rundown.
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