Landscapes are the most common type of photography on the planet.
How do you make your landscape photos stand out from the pack?
There are numerous options, but one that is often overlooked is the vertical (portrait) orientation.
A simple turn of the camera can create a landscape photo that no one else has thought about. However, doing so does require some thought and planning.
In this guide, you will learn…
- Composition planning for a vertical (portrait) landscape image
- Identifying a potential landscape for the vertical option
- How a left-to-right or right-to-left natural flow might affect your camera orientation strategy
- Why a vertical orientation is typically the best option in tight spaces
- Why a concentration of light can affect the natural flow and, therefore, the best camera orientation
- The importance of including a point of interest in the middle ground
- Why it is critical to have foreground interest
- The crucial composition tool for vertical landscapes: layering
If you want to learn how to garner attention for your landscape photography with a simple camera movement, this is the guide for you.
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Photos by Kent DuFault