5 Ideas to Help You Break Free From the Same Old Landscape Photos

We all have certain types of images we like to shoot and specific ways of crafting them, and while having a recognizable personal style is a good thing, we can all sometimes end up habitually creating the same images over and over. If you are feeling like you have been doing the same thing over and over in your landscape work lately, check out this fantastic video tutorial that will give you five ideas to breathe some new life into your photos.

Coming to you from Adam Karnacz of First Man Photography, this helpful video tutorial will show you five different ways to reinvigorate your landscape photography a bit. One thing that always helps me a bit is to scroll through Lightroom, take note of the settings I most commonly use, then intentionally do the opposite the next time I head out. For example, I almost always use a narrow aperture when I am shooting landscapes, so sometimes, I'll head out with the express intention of using a wide aperture to simply force myself to think outside my comfort zone a bit. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Karnacz. 

And if you really want to dive into landscape photography, check out "Photographing The World 1: Landscape Photography and Post-Processing with Elia Locardi." 

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