How can i make my landscape photography stand out?

2 years 11 months ago #563492 by Deborah-Seychell
I need some useful points and any advice is appreciated.


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2 years 11 months ago #565357 by Crazyguy
I would need to see where you are currently at.  Can you post some examples of your work? 

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2 years 11 months ago #565359 by Lila Gelmann
1.  change up your cameras position of height
2.  Have interesting foreground
3.  Least amount of distractions 


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2 years 11 months ago #565364 by garyrhook
A) Example images are required. Not optional.
2) Examples of what you want to achieve are required. Not optional.
C) Most "amazing landscape photos" are heavily processed images of amazing subjects taken in good light. Or, as I read somewhere, if you want to take amazing photographs, you need to go amazing places. But without example images, it's kinda hard to offer anything.


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2 years 11 months ago #565390 by Deborah-Seychell
Make: HUAWEI
Model: EVA-L09
ISO: 50
Aperture: f/2.2
Shutter speed: 6381000/1000000000 sec
Captured: Thu, 1 Feb 2018 12:14pm


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2 years 11 months ago #565391 by Deborah-Seychell
Just posted on hereunder :)


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2 years 11 months ago #565392 by Deborah-Seychell
Make: HUAWEI
Model: EVA-L09
ISO: 50
Aperture: f/2.2
Shutter speed: 4493000/1000000000 sec
Captured: Thu, 1 Feb 2018 12:09pm


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2 years 11 months ago #565395 by Silver Fox
Here's a good video that will certainly give you some gold nuggets: 



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2 years 11 months ago #565396 by Silver Fox
Another good one:



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2 years 11 months ago #565397 by Silver Fox
Another



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2 years 11 months ago #565411 by effron

Why so serious?
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2 years 11 months ago #565429 by johnalex
The only thing you can do is insist that only persistence is the only condition for success. Some people say that the opportunity is the conditions for success, but the opportunity comes from your insistence. The more you photograph, the more you gain and the more your perception of the world will be.

The inspiration for photography should come from you, from the understanding and comprehension of this world in your growth process, and in the future you are in your own hands.

The difference between a unique photo and a normal photo lies in whether you are capturing the world around you or creating the connection between your heart and the world to produce a unique photo.

Believe in yourself as a unique being in these 7.5 billion people, no one in this world can see the world through your eyes, no one can feel your heartbeat and no one can come into your consciousness Understand your world.

Want to make a great photo, your most important equipment is not the hands of the camera, but your eyes, your heart, and your soul.

Driven by you, should be your creative ambitions. Ask yourself, what can really attract your eyes, what can make your heart beat faster, blood boiling. Be honest with yourself and discover the most authentic aspect of your soul.

Your camera will only catch what you see, and what you see with your eyes is determined by your inner feelings. Shoot the people you love, shoot what you love, from the heart, in order to truly make your work full of soul.


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2 years 11 months ago #565452 by Deborah-Seychell
thankyou so much!


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2 years 11 months ago #565456 by Chris Briggs
Actually a huge set of landscape photography lessons right here on this site  www.photographytalk.com/landscape-photography


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2 years 11 months ago #565480 by Roy Wilson
Get yourself a good wide angle lens

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