Posted on Aug 26, 2010 | Comments 0
If you love the beauty of the outdoors and everything that Mother Nature has to offer, there’s a very good chance that you’re going to be interested in landscape photography.
This type of photography may also appeal to you as you’re usually dealing with subjects that don’t move. Most landscape photographs concentrate on the scene alone without any reliance on people and/or animals to enhance them.
However, just because a landscape typically doesn’t move, unless it’s a volcano or waterfalls, etc., it doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun with and experiment when taking photos of landscapes. You can always try taking a variety of shots with various depths of field and perspectives.
Landscape photography offers an excellent opportunity to take panoramic and wide angle scenic photos as well as black and white and filtered images. You may also want to try taking shots from a variety of angles, including from below and above the subject.
You may also be interested in taking landscapes during different weather and lighting situations as these often make for quite dramatic images.
The types of landscape shots that you can take are virtually endless as all you need to do is go anywhere outdoors, so take the time to experiment and enjoy being at one with nature.
However, make sure that you have the proper camera equipment and accessories for the type of landscape photos you want to take.
Photo Credit: PatrickSmithPhtotgraphy
Posted in: Nature Photography