New photo ideas for shooting woodland landscapes
Photo Ideas for Woodland Landscapes: look up
The landscape doesn’t have to be all about what you can see at ground level.
Remember that woods and forests can provide the ideal opportunity to take a look upwards and capture the detail and light of the branches and leaves that are hanging out above your head.
When shooting upwards you can also use the tree trunks closest to you to create strong leading lines that draw the eye into the image.
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PAGE 2: Shooting silhouettes
PAGE 3: Shooting upwards
PAGE 4: Adding noise
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on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 2:00 am under Landscape, Photography Tips.
Tags: landscape photography, photo ideas, Shoot Like A Pro