While many landscape images require good technique, as Tom Shapira found out, sand dunes can present endless opportunities, which require you to focus no less on your artistic composition skills than on technique
It seems that every photography article has to start either with presenting some kind of mindblowing problem by asking an answerless question, or at least, by making some kind of grandiose statement. So in order not to break the rule, here is my grandiose statement: sand is the best subject for landscape photography. Also, it's quite the best thing to use if you want to ruin your new DSLR, or lens.
Seriously now, it's mostly true. While many landscape images require good technique, and while for many scenes there are probably more than several ways to…
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