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Andy Brown encourages you to think outside the box when placing the horizon in your composition. However, there is one rule that should never be broken

Study any collection of landscape images and a number of patterns will emerge. Typically, if successful, you will see gorgeous hues of early morning or velvet dusk tones, perhaps caressing and enriching the undulations in hill and vale. You may witness contours in the land that the photographer weaved as if by slight of hand, tapping into that which others may miss, or perhaps seasonal changes lasting mere moments in the elongated year to come.

Envisaging these, and many other scenes, is a skill that is sometimes learned and sometimes emulated. However, at the root of it all lies …

Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 60 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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