It requires a combination of imaginative vision, solid technique, perseverance, and cooperative elements to get landscape photography just right.
Check out this useful video tutorial for 10-pointers to get you started if you’re a beginning landscape photographer trying to enhance your work.
This wonderful video instruction from Matt Zefi at B&H Photo and Video offers 10 suggestions for enhancing your landscape photography. If I could give new landscape photographers one bit of advice, it would be to carry a lens of 70-200mm.
In order to fit as much of the scene into the frame as possible, we frequently choose wide-angle lenses for landscape photography, but this doesn’t always result in a clear image, especially in more visually complex environments.
A greater focal length can provide images that are more direct and powerful by isolating specific landscape features. See the video up top for a complete summary from Zefi.
Additionally, “Photographing The World 1: Landscape Photography and Post-Processing with Elia Locardi,” which is presently discounted along with the rest of the Fstoppers store, is a great resource if you’re really interested in learning about landscape photography.