5 Free Guides to Help You Capture Better Landscape Photographs

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Ritesh Saini

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A different perspective can create an interesting landscape composition. Photo by Giuseppe Milo

A lot of considerations go into creating a great landscape photograph. From exposure and focus to composition and post-processing, it takes quite an effort to create a magical landscape photograph that captivates viewers.

If you like landscape photography and want to get better at it, we’ve put together a list of 5 free guides that can help you capture better landscape shots. Do check them out!

(Note: If you want to take your landscape photography up a notch before you take your next trip outdoors, do take a look at our new Landscape Photography Creativity Prompts)

Download now → It is important to know how different camera controls affect the final image. In this guide, photographer David Veldman talks about five lesser known camera controls that can vastly improve your landscape photographs and help you capture amazing shots. Do take a look to find out how many of these you already know!

Download now → Perspective is an important aspect of composition and in landscape photography, a different perspective can totally change the mood of the image. In this guide, you will learn the various perspective choices you have when composing a shot, and how it determines the mood you create in the shot.

Download now → There’s a lot that you can learn from the work of great painters. In this guide, photographer David Veldman explores the work of five great masters and tells us how we can take inspiration from them and put it to use in landscape photography. This is a guide that is sure to teach you a thing or two so make sure to check it out.

Download now → Minimalism in photography is when you use ‘as few elements as possible’. This guide will show you how you can use minimalism in landscape photography. You will see how color, the sky and silhouettes can be used along with juxtaposition to create simple, minimalist landscape photos.

Download now → Landscape images, for most part, are static images. However, you can find opportunities to add motion to your landscape shots and turn them into dynamic ones. This guide will show you exactly how you can achieve that, with moving water, clouds, fog, mist and foliage in your landscape shots.

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About Ritesh Saini

Ritesh has been photographing for more than ten years now and his photographic interests have varied from nature and landscapes to street photography. He recommends the Landscape Photography Creativity Prompts to those who really want to improve their landscape photography and dive deeper into the topic.

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