How to Become a Better Landscape Photographer
Once you get bitten by the photography bug there is no turning back. We all have a world to explore and thousands of photographs to take, once we find our passion is ignited by spending time taking photographs. This is especially true for people who can’t get enough of taking landscape photographs. Let’s face it, the entire world is filled with stunning landscapes, some famous and some unknown, so you could literally spend the rest of your life outdoors, searching for your next landscape photography subject.
If you do intend on dedicating any time at all to landscape photography it is a good idea to learn all that you can. The more you know about this particular form of photography the better equipped you’ll be to make the most of every shot. In today’s photography tutorial you will learn how to improve your landscape photography game…
When you take landscape photographs, especially when water is part of the subject, it is so important to take time to make sure that your photos display depth properly. As Jim explained in this video, you should use a longer exposure to create that sense of depth that these types of photographs should display. And with the tips that Jim shared about using Lightroom 3, you should be able to make the proper post-processing steps to make all of your future landscape photographs look great!
We know that you are probably eager to head out and to put your newfound landscape photography knowledge to use. Before you get your gear bag together and head out, though, please do your part to help other photographers out a bit. Click on the Share button on this post and it will be passed along to all of your friends, fellow photographers and family members!
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How to Improve your Landscape Photography