As landscape photographers we spend a considerable amount of time trying to make our images stand out. As Erez Marom says, unusual conditions can help you do so
As landscape photographers we spend (or at least should spend) a considerable amount of time and thought trying to make our images stand out. I have been writing about this subject and various methods I use in earlier articles. This time I will talk about another, more elusive way of achieving unique images, shooting under rare conditions.
An image can be looked at as having two main levels: The ground level is composition, which comprises the image’s elements – the abstract shapes that make the picture, the...
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