10 Most Common Mistakes in Landscape Photography – and How to Overcome Them by Anne McKinnell

Here’s a good article by Anne McKinnell with ten important points.  Very much worth reading, if only to remind you.

If you’re serious about landscape photography, it won’t take you very long to realize the fundamental problem of the craft: not every landscape that catches your eye will easily translate into a compelling photograph.

When we experience a place, the smells, sounds, the warmth or chill in the air, and our own emotions combine to give us an overall impression. Our job as photographers is translate that overall impression into a photograph.

Every landscape photo needs to be carefully crafted with the final image in mind.

Devil's Cornfield - © Anne McKinnell

Devil’s Cornfield – © Anne McKinnell

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