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Landscape Photography For Beginners | Tips & Advice



In this video I share some of the common problems I see beginner landscape photographers encounter and provide tips on how to overcome them. Including how to get that exposure right, getting a sharp image, the histogram, lens choice and understanding the importance of post processing.
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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. n h

    I am slugging it out an old body (16mp!) but slowly investing in lenses, a wide angle is missing from my collection and although I was aware of your point about these it has just hit home. I think this investment will bring a bit more enjoyment and satisfaction. Thanks for a little direction, cheers

  2. Brian Beatty

    Great points. I think using manual mode is one of the best ways to learn the ins and outs of how to get to a good final image.

  3. BoOgers

    another great video mate! quick question: do you exposure blend for the sky much ? or just expose for the highlights mainly as explained in the video?

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