Many famous photographers talk about ‘pre-visualising’ your image, but what does that really mean? And how does it apply to landscape photography, when so many elements are beyond your control?
In our latest photography cheat sheet, we explain some of the key ingredients of good landscape photography and how to train yourself to think about them before you take a shot.
We explain several key compositional devices for landscape photography, as well as details to look (and watch out) for within your frame. And after we’ve showed you how to fine-tune your landscape photography, we’ll show you how to get creative and try something completely different.
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And if you liked this photography cheat sheet, you might like our previous infographics on how to conquer the landscape’s greatest challenges, tips for composing landscape pictures, and how to shoot the perfect landscape wherever you are.