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Now, on to today’s second post: two landscape tips.
First Tip: Make sure you have sufficient depth of field. You do this by ensuring that you use: (a) a wide lens, (b) a small aperture, and (c) a focus point one third into the desired depth of field sharp area. That ensures it’s all sharp where you want it to be – and in landscapes, you want it to all be sharp.
Second Tip: include a foreground object of interest. That makes the picture, well, more interesting, but it also provides perspective, depth. And thus, a sense of reality. Like in this scene of Haastrecht, the Netherlands:
Go practice those next time you shoot any landscape scene. Enjoy!