Although at first glance landscape photography may seem very simple, in fact it is much more than “point the camera – click the shutter”. The purpose of landscape photography is to convey the inner state, to express something more, and not just to show the landscape in front of you.
We see reality every day. That is why, in my opinion, landscape photography should not just reproduce it. Objects should not be in front of the viewer or take all the photos: the composition should lead the eye to the final point of the picture – the point of interest, your object.
Like any other art form, landscape photography has its own rules. It takes a lot of time to master the light, composition, choice of object for shooting, post-processing, and the final results will vary from person to person. Continue reading