Thursday, 30 August 2012

How to Improve Your Landscape Photography

This article from Picture Correct, is by Paul Miguel, a professional landscape and wildlife photographer based in West Yorkshire.

Landscapes are amongst the most popular subjects for photography, and with some of the best scenery to be found in the U.K, it’s not surprising why. Many of us enjoy a day out in the countryside, and to take along the camera is often second nature. 

Coming back with some nice record shots can be satisfying, but how do you turn your landscape scenes into truly inspiring images? 

One of the first things to remember about landscape photography, is that lighting is key. It can’t be emphasized enough just how much the quality of light can affect your pictures.

To read the rest of this informative article, follow the linkHow to Improve Your Landscape Photography – PictureCorrect

To view some excellent examples of landscape photographs, look at Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 6: , from the AA.

'Take a view', the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, is the brainchild of Charlie Waite, one of today's most respected landscape photographers. 

Together with AA Publishing, he created this prestigious competition and award with a total prize fund exceeding £20,000, plus an eight-week exhibition at the National Theatre. 

Britain's heritage is celebrated by people around the world and entries are welcome from everyone, whether resident in the UK or simply visiting, as long as the image is from the British Isles. This book showcases the best pictures from amateur and professional photographers alike, from the fifth annual competition.

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