Do's And Don'ts For Landscape Photographers
Asian Photography|September 2020
Do's And Don'ts For Landscape Photographers
While clicking landscape images may look effortless to the inexperienced eye, but it takes many years of experience to be a good landscape photographer. This involves learning the gear and capturing techniques that give you the best outcome. So if you are looking to shoot landscapes then here is a list of few dos and don’ts of landscape photography:
Sanchit Mishra

Do’s

Do take benefit of what’s accessible near your home. It’s easy to say that the “grass is always greener on the other side” and miss the beauty that lies within your own city. But the most important point is that it is manageable to capture a great landscape image almost anywhere. What’s more important is that it is a great idea to learn with the gears you have to improve on your present skill set. So when you look over a truly impressive view, you’d know exactly what to do.

DO consider the foreground, mid-ground, and background when looking out for composition in landscape photography. Ideally, you want a photograph to take the viewer on a trip, having something interesting in every part of your image naturally leads the eye throughout the picture, making a more dynamic image overall.

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September 2020