6 tips to improve your Mars landscape photos
Tip 4: Keep a level horizon
An uneven horizon line is the bane of many landscape photographers, and the last think you want is to spoil a once-in-a-lifetime shoot with such a rookie mistake. If your Mars landscape photos suffer from an uneven horizon, they’ll immediately lose impact. All anyone will see is that awful slant, not the unique and otherworldly terrain that no other photographer has photographed!
Bring a spirit level with you to Mars.
These small, handy devices fit comfortably in a pocket or can be attached to the top of your rover and will help you ensure your camera is in perfect position to capture straight and even photos of the Martian landscape.
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on Thursday, August 9th, 2012 at 1:24 pm under Landscape, Photography Tips.
Tags: black and white photography, camera tips, DSLR tips, ISO sensitivity, landscape photography, night photography, white balance