Landscape photography is one of the most popular genres of photography and most of the time, you need to be well prepared for it. Here are three totally different examples that show the difference between time and effort. Planning, Waiting, Shooting: An Uncommon Scenery One of my first neatly planned photographs was shot on a cold winter night. While searching for some photogenic locations in Germany, I discovered the “Saarschleife” a river bend located underneath a hill which is quite popular amongst photographers. What I hadn’t found back then, was a photograph of the river bend at night. Having shot my first night skies already, I knew that it was possible shooting the Milky Way above the river. Photographing the bend, my lens would aim southwest. That’s where you’ll find the Milky Way early in the year. The only problem was the moon: If it shone, catching a glimpse […]
Landscape photography is one of the most popular genres of photography and most of the time, you need to be well prepared for it.
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