"Landscape photographers often concentrate on getting one excellent image from each location using the best combination of all the elements available at the site. There is another way as David Hay explains"
Small sets of images can tell the story in a different way. The simplest set is a triptych; three photographs that work individually but, when put together, work even better as a set. Conventionally, a set should comprise three horizontal images or sometimes three vertical ones, but I have been experimenting with a mixture of the two, even though generally a symmetrical set seems to work best because of its natural balance. The set illustrating this article has a central vertical image flanked by two horizontal ones, although recently I created a set with two...
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