Photography Tutorial Part 4Part 4 Landscape SpecificsPhotography Tutorial Part 4 by Lord-Dip
And now, the tutorial for the specifics of shooting landscapes The previous parts of this series can be found at the bottom of my journal. By now youll know everything you need to about composition and other things, and these are guides to creating amazing landscapes. I do go into a lot of detail here, but if you want to shoot landscapes properly, you need to know this.
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Some equipment that can help:
1. Wide angle lens:
a. For a crop sensor, you can go as wide as 10mm. Personally, I shoot with a Sigma 10-20mm. I have found it to be a great lens and is relatively cheap.
b. For a FF, there are lots of options. Ive seen great stuff at 24mm, and 16mm.
c. Generally speaking, the wider the better. Though it does depend upon your situation.
d. Some have to
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I started getting interested in photography when I was 14 and just took snapshots. About a year later, I started actively trying to learn as much as I could about photography, and through a lot of reading and practicing with a new camera, I would say I've improved quite a bit from where I was before (My old gallery is dreamability, if you're interested).
Presently, I do nature photography the most because it's the most accessible to me. I enjoy taking photographs in general though.
All the photos in my gallery have been taken with my Canon Powershot SX100IS. I bought a Nikon D3000 recently, and I am still learning how to use it well and familiarizing myself with it. I hope I'll be able to improve more than I already have with this new camera.
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