Landscape Photography Quick Tips: Point of View

Greenery at Brandywine is a beautiful summer time landscape photograph of the water way in the Brandywine Park and the small white bridge that crosses the river. The photograph was created in mid-summer when the trees were full of lush green foliage. This photograph was enhanced in post-production to add a dried brush paint effect to the overall image for a more relaxed and artistic appeal.

Greenery at Brandywine Dried Brush Effect by Landscape Photographer Melissa Fague

Photo Specks
Exposure: 1/60
Aperture: F5.6
Focal Length: 95mm
ISO: 100

Point of View

We have all done it at one time or another with our landscape photography shoots. We get excited about a new location and get over zealous, leaving our selves open to missing out on the “perfect shot”. When creating your landscape photos take a little time to study the landscape in order to find the most interesting point of view of that particular location. You might start with finding a different spot to shoot from than the traditional scenic look out that tourists visit heavily. Go wander down pathways, look for new angles, you could even get down onto the ground to shot from a low angle or find a vantage point higher up to shoot from. Explore the environment and experiment with different view points and you could find something truly unique about the location.

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