Like many things in life, landscape photography comes with its own set of rules to learn and abide by. However, as Dimitri Vasileiou explains, it is just as important to know when to break them
I have always been a strong believer in preparation. Whenever I get ready to visit a location, I always make sure that I check my list of things that need to be done before I leave the house. I check the weather forecast for the next few days, as well as sunrise and sunset times. It is also very important to check out tide times if I am about to visit coastal scenery. Finally, I make sure that all my gear is in my backpack and ready to go.
I follow similar rules when I am on location. Initially I will walk around and scout the location in order to find the best spot for my composition. I am always amazed to see people …
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