Landscape Morgan burnette

PETER LIK

ANSEL ADAMS

EMULATION

I would say that the essence of landscape photography is finding a subject in a wide field of vision and focusing in on it while still using surrounding favors to continue to accentuate your main piece. Your main piece should be interesting with lines and pattern, and everything else should help present the main piece either by being out of focus or being plain. Landscape is not just a wide shot, it's a distant focus on an object while including something greater.

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