Take your landscapes up a notch with creative flare

Peter Fenech
(Image credit: Peter Fenech)

Landscapes are one of the most popular genres in photography, so it goes without saying that there are lot of landscape photos shot every day. Therefore it can be really quite tricky to stay ahead of the competition. It's useful to introduce some simple and attractive extra elements, to make your images stand apart from the crowd. 

One such technique is to use aperture artistically and introduce some light flare into sparsely detailed scenes - such as in this coastal landscape. 

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