Visualising A Scene

Visualisation in landscape photography includes the framing of a scene and the final capture. However, as Dimitri Vasileiou explains, in order to showcase your personal perception of the scene and your inspiration, your visualisation should also include processing techniques

One important aspect in landscape photography is the ability to visualise a scene. Some might believe that fairly good photographers were born with such charisma, however, this is not really charisma but something one gains through years of exercise and experience.

While I was in the Lake District in England running a workshop, on the way back to the vehicle I had to wait for some members of the group to catch up with us. I noticed this scene in the adjacent field and immediately I thought that there was a picture there. Before I even set up the tripod to capture the picture you see here, I had to …

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Dimitri Vasileiou is a highly acclaimed landscape photographer, writer and photographic workshop leader. A professional photographer for several years, he was born in Greece and currently resides in Scotland.

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