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Landscape Photography

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Martin Springborg

on 11 November 2013

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Transcript of Landscape Photography

What is landscape photography? Landscape photography is… land·scape (land′skāp′)
noun
1. a picture representing a section of natural, inland scenery, as of prairie, woodland, mountains, etc.
2. the branch of painting, photography, etc. dealing with such pictures
3. an expanse of natural scenery considered in terms of its visual effect Landscape photography is… “Landscape photography is difficult to define. The more landscape photography I do, the broader my definition becomes. For me, landscape photography is not so much about what is contained in the image, but what it portrays about a place.” -Dawn Lane Deep Shallow Some basic principles 1. Find your focal point
2. Vary your depth of field
3. Lead your viewer with emphasis and line
4. Photograph the light
5. Shoot from unique vantage points 1.Find your focal point 2.Vary your depth of field 3. Lead your viewer with emphasis and line 4. Photograph the light 5. Shoot from unique vantage points Method http://www.sfmoma.org/multimedia/interactive_features/22 http://www.pbs.org/art21/artists/mann/card1.html Summary 1. There are different ideas of what landscape photography means
2. There are some basic principles
3. Depth of field and aperture are important
4. Many methods to making landscape photographs Overview Depth of Field
Principles
Methods Further Reading http://www.aperture.org/books/book-categories/landscape http://digital-photography-school.com/11-surefire-tips-for-improving-your-landscape-photography http://ecarmel.typepad.com/
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