“Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer, and often the supreme disappointment.” – Ansel Adams
In this series of weekly blog posts I will share my top 10 tips broken down into 10 stages for better landscape shots. This will reveal my top 100 tips for landscape photography.
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Evaluate and check again
Review your shot and check for:
- Wonky horizons
- Empty or fussy foregrounds
- Intruders on edges of the frame
- Poor composition – no narrative and intention
- Too much in the scene – not simplifying the picture
- Blown out or dull sky
- Image sharpness and depth of field
- Clipped shadows or blown highlights - histogram
- Overuse or wrong position of graduated neutral density filters
- Flat or dull light
You can't fix all these things at home – so get it right in camera!