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Creating Unique Images

The less effort you put into obtaining an image, the less likely you are to avoid merely standing in the same spot as countless other photographers before you. Andy Brown explains

We’ve all done it. We’ve all walked up to a scene that has instantly fired something in our imagination, and shot it there and then without further ado. Not that there is anything necessarily wrong in this approach, naturally; indeed spontaneity often yields some of the most visually arresting and credible results, it’s just that it doesn’t preclude the notions of exploration and discovery which ultimately lead to unique photographs.

The simple truth is that the less effort you put into obtaining an image, the less likely you are to avoid merely standing in the same spot as countless other photographers before you. Sometimes it is impossible to…

Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 43 of Landscape Photography Magazine.

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Andy Brown

An ardent devotee to most genres of landscape photography, Andy’s primary fervour and passion is for mono and split-toned, ultra long exposure imagery.

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