I am an advocate of making images of iconic locations, when others refuse to do so as ”they have been done” by others. To be honest, I could never understand this way of thinking. Does this mean one can never have one’s own images of iconic locations? It sounds crazy but, at the end of the day, who am I to judge?
Continuing from my previous article last month, I should like to take this subject slightly further and express my personal view. Even iconic locations can never offer the same image twice and the reason is very simple and obvious; different light every time and, as we all know, light is a vital element in landscape photography. So, don’t be...
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