Landscape photography is often about recording a faithful rendition of a visually appealing or rewarding combination of events. It is for example, no accident that so many photographers find themselves in situ well before dawn – they know only too well how radically conditions can become less exciting as the day goes on; and this can be frustrating if the aim is to capture a true visual representation of any given scene.
But what to do during those lesser moments when the world about you appears decidedly ordinary? I could argue that…
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