In classic landscape photography the foreground element is usually the dominant component of an image. However, can landscape photography survive without foreground? Erez Marom shares his views
It’s all about the foreground. Generations of landscape photographers learn this principle the moment they first pick up a camera. Indeed, in classic landscape photography the foreground element is usually the dominant component of an image, and serves it in many forms. The foreground connects us to the photographer’s immediate environment by attracting the viewer to look at it. This eye-drawing quality stems from the fact that…
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