Landscape Photography With Your Digital SLR Camera
There are many variables that go towards landscape photography that is fantastic. Here are a few points to consider.
To be able to package us much of a scene as possible into the picture lens Using an ultra wide angle lens is normal. Yet, it is worth experimenting with a telephoto lens also.
Composition Pay attention to the rule of thirds, i.e. break the image down into a nine square grid, then place any lines in the picture, or focal points, along the lines of the grid.
Focal/interest points Putting trees, a man, or a building in the foreground add a sense of scale to an image and can give a focal point.
Light Some landscape photographers never shoot during the day, just at dawn and dusk when the light can strike life into a landscape. It is not just the reds and pinks of sunrises and sunsets that could create play, but the golden light of a low sun can warm a scene and make patterns and surprising textures thanks to its low angle. Similarly, thunderous clouds, mist, thunderstorms and dark heavens can be much more exciting to work with than a bright day or a lovely sunset.
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Depth of field When using an SLR, or a digital SLR, combine a slow shutter speed with a small aperture to make sure your photograph has sharp focus up to the very edges. For this you'll need to make sure your camera is secure as any handshake can create blur. The obvious solution is a tripod or if you don't have one try to find something on which to rest the camera.
Exposure Because the sky is normally quite vivid along with the ground not so, this presents exposure dilemmas to all cameras. Then using a graduated filter will help even out the brightness, in the event you can.
Location Walk around the positioning from which to take a photo to find the best spot. Time spent preparing is never time wasted, specially when you locate a more intriguing point of view to shoot from. Ramble about, get down low or climb a tree to realize that interesting vantage point.
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Setting Shooting in white and black can produce some dramatic landscape images. You can simply change cameras to the one loaded with black and white film, if you and shooting film have two cameras. Alternatively, with a digital SLR camera, it's simple convert it to monochrome in Photoshop after.
Sky In most landscape shots, either the sky or the foreground will predominate. Place it in the upper third, if the sky is not especially striking. Conversely, if the sky is full of cloud forms and fascinating colours, place the horizon in the bottom third.
Motion Few landscapes are as truly still as we might imagine. Fowl flying through clouds drifting the sky, water running and waves in the sea are all examples of potential motion in landscape shots. Incorporating movement can add drama and focal points to a photograph, though it will mean that you will probably need to use a longer shutter speed (up to a few seconds). You should have to make use of a smaller aperture or an appropriate filter because this may mean greater exposure.