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You would like to take a few landscape shots and perhaps sell them or use them in some way. You have a great camera, but what about the landscape. You can find landscapes everywhere, even in a rural city or the most urban of cities. The key is capturing them in the right way. There are many things to consider, including the lighting, the type of film or camera you will use and even the focus you use. However, what about the landscape itself, it too should be carefully considered to pull off this shot.

There are several ways you can improve the quality of these shots. It all comes down to choosing the right landscape and then being read for it. If you planned to rush in this area, you are likely to ruin your shot. Instead, consider these quick tips.

    1.    Do invest in planning ahead of time. What will the weather be like? Is it going to give you the best shot? You can shoot on cloudy days or those days that have amazing clouds. Even storms can be shot. But, you need to prepare with the right type of camera and focus. Look for a partly cloudy sky if you want a great, full of color sunset!

    2.    Why not go for something unique, like taking a landscape picture that is lit by the moonlight? You can do this and it will give you a dramatic picture. To pull it off, you will need to get your exposure down right. You will want to have longer exposure since the moonlight will nearly require it.

    3.    When capturing a sunrise or a sunset, keep in mind that you may get a dusty, or dirty, look. This is because of the farther distance that the sun's light has to travel to get that coloring. Still, for the most dramatic of shots, you do have to go for sunrise or sunset. The colors are truly amazing especially at different times of the year.

Do invest in time. You will need time to get the right shot. Do not arrive last minute and hope the first shot you take is going to pull it off. Rather, step back and give yourself more time. It will pay off with a better, more planned shot. The colors, composition, and lighting will be just right. Landscape pictures are slow, carefully planned shots.

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