Structuring The Landscape

The beauty of landscape photography is often found in the informal wildness of nature, but what if you want to photograph something a little more structured? Andy Brown suggests seeking out symmetry in parks and formal gardens

Often the landscape is a bewildering array of shrubs, misshapen trees and unkempt hedgerows. Attempting to bring these, and other, elements in to unison that will carry a message of harmonious and intentional composition can be decidedly tricky.

That is not to say you shouldn’t bother, because you absolutely should. However, it is worth remembering the broader scope of landscape about you. Consider taking a break from overgrown discordant vista and barren scenic, and instead pay a visit to a location where these traits are...

Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 57 of Landscape Photography Magazine.

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Andy Brown

An ardent devotee to most genres of landscape photography, Andy’s primary fervour and passion is for mono and split-toned, ultra long exposure imagery.

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