An image should indeed be unique, but there is absolutely no obligation to make it unique by hiking, climbing, going to extremes or even suffering for it. As Erez Marom explains, there are many ways to showcase your individual style
Often when talking to fellow landscape photographers about different aspects of our work, the subject of differentiating your work from that of other photographers arises, and one of the most common ways for landscape photographers to set themselves apart is shooting in hard-to-reach locations.
Probably as old as landscape photography itself, is the notion that a 'good' photographer is one that pushes the physical boundaries, hikes further, climbs higher, suffers harsher conditions, endures pain – all to get to a…
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 42 of Landscape Photography Magazine.