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  Preparing For Great Landscape Shots  
 

One mistake people often make when taking photos of a landscape is rushing. There is no reason (yes no reason) to force this shot. You may be losing light or you may be missing your shot, but this comes from poor planning. Instead, invest the time in preparing for a great landscape shot. Many love landscapes. They are full of color, peace and often are very alluring. You may find them to be some of the most creative shots you ever take if you learn to take them properly. You can do this!

Get Ready

First off, be ready for your trip. Here are some tips to prepare.

  1. Be sure you have a quality tripod with you. Without a tripod, you will be unable to get a truly good quality shot off. Some of it will blur if you try to do it freehand. A quality tripod should be easily mounted or freestanding and it should be sturdy!

  2. Next, consider extra memory and batteries. The first shot is unlikely to be the best shot of the day. Sometimes, it takes a while to get your best shot.

  3. Choose a good telephoto and wide-angle lens to use. You want to use the telephoto because it can give you great zoom on various images. You can get all of those interesting details that really make the landscape come to life. The wide-angle lens will improve the scope of the photo, giving a panoramic feel to it.

Lighting

The next thing to think about is your lighting. Lighting is key to good photos. Most photographers prefer the light of the early morning hours or the sunset hours because it is farther away and therefore more diffused. The midday sun is simply too harsh and colors are lost because of it.

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Do not forget to find an interesting area to focus on and then to use that as the image's focal point. You do not want to let your viewer get lost in your shot. In addition, you do not want to center your photos. You want them to be off-center, as this will create a more interesting scene for you.

Go ahead and practice because that, above all else, is going to give you the best landscape shots you can have. Most importantly, give yourself enough time to find the right shot by having plenty of time to change your mind.

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