To shoot a good photograph of a landscape, you need to combine a number of skills, including planning, patience, technique, and vision, as well as, occasionally, just a little bit of luck. Those who make a living as professional landscape photographers have developed certain routines and time-saving techniques that they utilize in order to make the most of their workdays and ensure that they bring home the highest quality photographs.
This fantastic video tutorial will walk you through some of those practices and shortcuts that will assist you in improving the work you do in your landscape.
This handy video instruction is brought to you by Mark Denney, and it will show you some wonderful habits and tips for increasing the productivity of your landscape photography. To shoot a little wider than you believe you need to is a practice that I believe is particularly important to incorporate into your routine.
You never know when you might want to make a minor adjustment to the composition in post-production; this is especially true if you fail to notice a distracting element that causes the image to be out of balance. If you don’t give yourself any wiggle room, you can find yourself in a position where you have to discard the photograph.
And considering the resolution of the vast majority of today’s cameras, there is really no justification for you to not allow yourself a little bit more room to work with. Watch the video that’s been provided above to get the complete story from Denney.