We love shooting landscapes.
They’re fun, they provide a high level of satisfaction, AND- they garner the attention of viewers worldwide.
HOWEVER, landscape photography IS challenging.
It takes certain steps to create compelling, award-winning, landscape photographs.
Viewers, contest judges, and editors know the difference between a snapshot and a well-planned landscape photograph!
…why a scene, that looked SO gorgeous in person, now looks flat and uninteresting in your photograph?
Have you ever underexposed a capture you thought was going to be awesome?
Have you returned from vacation feeling dissatisfied because your images did not capture the natural beauty that you witnessed with your own eyes?
This is no ordinary guide book. Read this– And you’ll be producing your own compelling, calendar-worthy landscape images, fast!
This digital eBook download is 237 easy-to-follow pages packed with training, illustrations, and assignments.
It covers everything you need to know to take consistently great landscape shots – lens and gear help, developing your own style, post-processing guides, composition tips, how to get unique images, and much more.
Quick Customer Review:
“I’ve been a photographer for years, and I thought I knew it all. This guide really amazed me. I was surprised at what I didn’t knowabout landscape photography! The chapters on equipment use and preparing for the field were particularly useful.” – Maria F.
Easy to understand, and easy for anyone to apply.
Just take a look at some of what you’ll discover in this guide:
Here’s a little taste of what’s inside:
Take a look at this photo…
This was, undoubtedly, an incredibly beautiful scene to the photographer: the majestic trees with snow clinging to every limb, and a lonely country road leading right into the scene.
This photographer, however, faced some serious challenges. The sky was overcast (which made the lighting flat).
The trees, while majestic, had nothing to provide a sense of scale. The road, due to a lack of contrasting objects and flat lighting, became virtually invisible to the camera.
The photographer made choices that not only breathed life into this scene; it turned it into a masterful landscape photograph. Obviously, what the photographer did was placed a person on the road. This action utilized three tools of composition: focal point, spot color, and a sense of scale. It also brought the road back into play as a leading line because we are more focused on that area of the image.
As you can see, this landscape photograph loses all of its impact without the photographer’s input.
See the person in the first image? They’re creating a focal point.
Focal points (which are an element of photographic composition) are resting spots that our eyes are drawn to.
We like to think of them as “anchors”. They keep the viewer’s eyes from wandering aimlessly, unsure of what to take in next.
And, at the same time training your brain to focus on the person.
Your Assignment – Photograph a landscape using the above examples for inspiration. Shoot two versions: one, that you think looks flat and lacks clarity of focus, and then a second version, in which you add a person to provide a focal point, spot color, and a sense of scale.
This is one of the many, many lessons you’ll get in this guide.
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