I’ve recently had a flurry of inquiries from people who have found older articles on the Design Center site, who wish to have their articles included on the same page. At the dawn of the graphical internet, the “Design Center” site intended to include all the major areas of the visual arts, photography being one of them. We even had a photographer who intended to run the photography department. Well, about that time the web seemed to explode with photographers and photography sites, so I backed off and did not add a Photo department. Here’s a photographer who wants to share his 51 Tips!
Landscape photography is one of the most rewarding types of photography.
There is nothing better than working hard, dragging yourself out of bed when everyone is sleeping, staying at a location after everyone has left, to create the image you dreamed about making.
At the same time, it can be so difficult and disappointing too. I’ve lost count of the number of times that I’ve woken up at an insanely early hour, driven or hiked hours to THAT spot I had planned to shoot, only for the weather to not cooperate.
Here are 50 favorite tips to give you the best chance to create breathtaking landscape photos wherever you are in the world. This article even covers Photo-Thirds and the Triangle axiom. Even if you already know all this, there’s nothing like a little refresher. Besides, the photos are all really nice. Enjoy!