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Old January 26th, 2014, 11:50 PM
chicagonature chicagonature is offline
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Landscape Photography Tips

1-Shoot close to sunrise and sunset to achieve more balanced exposures.

2-Compose an image to exclude more and include less; remove any element that does not add to the image.

3-Use a remote cable release or the self timer in addition to a tripod to increase sharpness.

4-Donít just rely on a single capture to create an image. Taking two or three different exposures and blend them together later in Photoshop by combining the best elements of each.

5-To further improve depth of field and sharpness and get images appearing tact sharp from the near foreground to the distant background, capture two separate images with the first focused on an element in the foreground and the second on an element in the background.
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Old October 28th, 2014, 09:00 AM
dan_s dan_s is offline
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Re: Landscape Photography Tips

A nice couple of tips. I found these landscape photography tips very helpful: Check out photography tips no 6-9. Adding foreground interest is a good way to make your pictures more interesting almost immediately.
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