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Landscape Photography by photo-class Landscape Photography by photo-class
Landscape Photography

Brief:

Landscape is a challenging field of both amateur and professional photography and a great way to pay a two-dimensional tribute to nature’s wonders. Here is an introduction to landscape photography, the basics, the technique and some tips to enhance the experience.


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Article by ~roy204
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:iconspiritfem:
Thank you for taking the time to put this together. It is greatly appreciated
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:icongmhands:
Thank you some new tips to work with.
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HerrHaller Nov 9, 2012  Student Photographer
The advice to stop down as far as possible ignores the fact that lenses are generally sharpest somewhere between f/6.3-f/11, so shooting at f/22 all the time will not get the most out of your equipment because of diffraction.
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nasahkalam Jul 31, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
LOVE IT! Thanks!
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redrackham Jun 25, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Impressive tutorial~!

Brief, concise, useful and i really love it (o___<)b
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spikelover7 Nov 22, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
very useful! thank you very much!!!
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:iconwarfiea:
As a fine art photographer practicing landscape photography regularly this article is very useful. Not so much for me directly but for my workshops as a good reference. On the use of filters, I have found that I almost never need to use gradual density filters because that's very easy to do in Lightroom or Camera Raw, more accurately than possible with an actual filter in front of the lens. I do use polarizing filters though. A little bit on HDR techniques would be good. [link]
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paintintheneck Nov 9, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Extremely useful!!!
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dragonicwolf Sep 29, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very useful tutorial, thank you . :)
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mxgirl199 Jul 21, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
This is so cool! I'll try to use the gradient filters sometimes. I've never tried them before. the techniques look great!
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