Landscape photography is a unique genre full of all sorts of quirks and pathways to success. Whether you're new to it or a seasoned pro, this helpful video will run through a multitude of tips to improve your photos and make the experience more enjoyable.
Coming to you from Thomas Heaton, this great video runs through all sorts of helpful tips to make you a better landscape photographer. I've always enjoyed landscape work, not just because it gets me outside and enjoying fresh air and nature, but because of the unique challenges it presents and the way you have to learn to predict and anticipate what nature is going to give you, as you don't get to bring along your own lights and sky to complete a scene. Of course, that's not to say you're helpless; with some foresight, timing, and correct choice of subject matter and composition, you can almost always get good photos. And if you know a location has potential but it doesn't work out the first time you visit it, stay persistent and use what you've learned about what works there and what doesn't in tandem with the forecast and season to predict when you'll be able to return to a better scene.