This is a guest post on landscape photography tips by Daniel Laan from Laanscapes Photography. Daniel will be sharing his top 10 tips for creating better landscape photos.
Often I get the impression that landscape photography tips are always the same. You know what I’m talking about: Golden hour, wide-angle lens, etc.
But landscape photography is, like any other genre, still evolving as an art form. So the best advice is closely related to when that advice is being told.
The techniques that create spectacular images which are employed today, differ in ways to what used to be done.
This is in part due to the technology available to us today. The more light-sensitive sensors allow unprecedented detailed shots of the Milky Way without too much hassle.
The sensor in the Sony Alpha 7S II for example, makes it an awesome camera for landscape photography.
However, aside from buying new and better gear and hoping for the best, there are things you can do today that will improve your photos and train your creative eye.
10 Landscape Photography Tips
Methane rising from the thawing soil.
It’s clear that landscape photography is a diverse topic that cannot be easily summarized in one single landscape photography tutorial.
In this post, I’m introducing 10 basic tips that I think will have an immediate impact on the quality of your landscape photography.
I look forward to expanding on each tip at a later date in further posts on Shotkit. If you’re interested in learning a little more about my work and the gear that I use, make sure you check out my Shotkit feature which is coming soon.
So without further ado, here are my top 10 tips for landscape photography: