Landscape Photography Ideal Aperture

Landscape Photography Ideal Aperture

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Do not stop taking outdoor shots when the sun begins to set. There are many opportunities to keep going, especially if you have a tripod available to use with your camera. This piece of equipment allows for great low-light shots no matter if the sun is up or not.

Make sure to set up your compositions so that vertical lines are truly vertical. Tilting the camera backwards to capture a tall building, for example, can cause the building to appear as if it is falling backwards out of the frame. Photographs in which buildings are not vertical often appear unnatural.

Get an external flash unit with a diffuser instead of the built-in flash feature. These built-in flashes often make a picture look very harsh. An external flash unit gives a more natural aspect to your photographs and allows you to edit them without the noise you get when you use another kind of flash.


It is not as simple as ‘wide open for portraits’ and closed down for landscapes’ – give it some thought and make sure you get the best results. Get Your Gear Out!

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