Seeing those amazing landscape from every corners of the world is a very wonderful feeling. Many people realize how lucky we are, to be trusted in handling those precious landscapes all over the world. Landscapes of nature make us more realize that God’s gift and blessings are scattered all over. Naturally, we are obligated to touch it with our care and handle it with our concerns because it will never be the same if this nature landscape are abused and destroyed by our fellowmen.

Nowadays, Landscapes are also made by humans because of the so called modernization of the technologies and the other things. No wonder how people build the San Juanico Bridge in Tacloban City, Philippines, the Eiffel tower of Paris, France, the Castillio de Butron of Spain, etc. It was tons or thousands of collections of album which can be collected in Landscape photography all over the world.

Landscape Photography is kind of photography where it photographs more of land, from the word itself landscape. Sea coast, building in cities and any man-made structures are said not to be a landscape because building in cities and man-made structures are said to be not really made of the nature while the sea coast photograph are called seascapes photography That’s the opinion of some other photographer about landscape photography. There are no people or animals presented in a photo unless they have something to do in the photo or they are only in a relatively small amount. It is typically made to capture more the presence of nature through landscapes like disturbances of it.

Well, the definition of landscape photography became more broad and wider among the countries of the world because of a lot of people who spend their time photographing and studying landscape photography. Here are 10 quick landscape photography tips to help you give your pictures a breath of fresh air and capture the natural beauty of our landscapes.

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Early bird for the light

Photos are made out of a light, the natural one. Make sure you take off of your flash for the best results of your photos. Good quality of light is approximately measured before the sun rise and late afternoon before the sun sets. Being a photographer, you should be willing on waking up early to shoot before the sunrise. It gives a warm of a kind feeling in the photo when you shoot before the sun rise.

In the late afternoon, the setting of the sun or the dawn gives a tricky mood for the picture. Well, that is the use of natural light for more likely and appealing look in nature landscapes. In terms of man-made landscapes, natural light can be an instrument or not. Some buildings are alive because of lights coming from their windows and the light from other window’s buildings to give light to the other. It can be a great subject in landscape photography because of the challenge you’ve face to capture a best shot without the use of a natural light, sunlight.

Bring your tripod

Bring your tripod
Through the use of a tripod, you can ensure the sharpness of your subject especially in low-light places. It can also help you to capture shake free photos of landscapes. Tripod can be more useful in everything when photographing, remember.

Weather fight

Sometimes weather became one of the difficult fights for photographers as it is powerful in a way that they can’t predict it or control it in any way. From time to time, it is the reason why the photographers come back for more in the given landscape. Sometimes they can’t have the mood of the weather they wanted to be work with landscapes.

But think critically, you can still have your best shot during that weather even though it can contradict the photo you wanted before that weather appears. Rain can add softness and peacefulness to the photo. Good or bad weather gives more emotions, more feelings, more moods, and more life to the photo. Don’t let the weather stops you in having your photographing on that day.

Don’t capture those who do not belong

Don’t capture those who do not belong
Since landscape photography is the topic, don’t capture those that do not belong from that topic. Garbage, plastic, empty bottles, etc. are those who are not belong to nature photography. If those unnatural things cannot be remove easily, try to capture an angle where the strange things will not be presented on the framing of the photo.

ND grad filters for toning

One of the landscape photographer problems is having a difference between the sky and the land. Human eye are capable of perceiving the difference between the two in color yet the sensor of the camera cannot. An ND grad filters or Graduated Neutral Density Filters can be a solution to this problem of the photographer.

ND grad filters are a kind of optical filters that are used to brighten or darken the half of the photo. For example, given you want to expose the sky and the land – with the use of ND grad filters – you can darken the bright sky for the subject while land can float to the photo.

Polarising / Polarizing Filters

Polarising / Polarizing Filters
Some of the photographers have their polarizing filters / polarising filters on their kit bag that are often place to the camera lens. Polarising / Polarizing filters are used to manage the reflections, darken skies or suppress a glare from the surface of the lakes and seas. This will tend for you to partially change the balance of the light in the photograph. It will increase more color contrast, intensities and saturation in artistic effect manner. It will result into an artistic optical landscape photograph.

Shutter Priority

Adjust the camera aperture to ensure the correct exposure of the subject. The shutter priority refers to the camera settings that allow the camera to adjust the shutter speed. For example given are the dancing branches of tree with the wind.

In order for you to have a photo where you capture the frozen dancing branches, use the shutter priority with short exposure that are best use for things in motion. Street photographers often choose this priority because they can handle one of an important aspect that affects the appearance of the picture while the other non-important things are left in camera’s responsibilities.

Hello, horizontal shots

Hello, horizontal shots
More often, landscape photos are captured in a horizontal way of photographing and it is very rare for us to see a vertical shot of a landscape. Panorama is already set when taking this photograph. The reason why most of the shots are took horizontally; it is because they want to capture wider maybe the whole landscape.

Sharp with the depth of field

Photographers essentially has a desire of having a sharp view of shot of the interest such as rocks on the side, small plants grew, etc. In the depth of field, nearest and farthest thing in a scene has an equal sharpness in the photo. This can help the emphasizing of the foreground object and the background to become sharper.

Practice more for the teacher

Practice more for the teacher
“Practice makes perfect” and “Experience is the best teacher” are the motto for the photographers who wants to be more specialize in this field. Practice more until you owe it perfect. There’s nothing wrong in committing mistakes as long as you have a time to fix it. This makes an experience that can be a teacher that can mold you to be a better photographer.

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