In a silent snow-covered wilderness, the only sign of human presence lies buried beneath a solitary cross. As Keith Wilson explains, it is enough to evoke a story that helps to make a landscape photograph even more memorable
Good travel photography is primarily about telling a story. The photographer shouldn't just be concerned with making an accurate exposure and balanced composition of an obvious subject. That may be good enough for a record shot of a postcard view, but such imagery is repeatable many times over. Instead, a photograph that engages the viewer on another level, through something less tangible, and provokes thought and emotion, is far more likely to be remembered and valued ...
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