Landscape Photography

By: George Johnston | Posted: 14th April 2010

Most people who own a camera will take landscape pictures at some time or another. Australian landscape photography is different from landscapes in most other countries because the light is different. Wherever you go in Australia there is something worthy of being photographed, be it a rusty old shed in a bare paddock, sheer cliffs, mountain peaks, waterfalls or even farmland. It may even be photographs of a storm. In fact, lightning photography is extremely interesting and may even be featured on that night's news.

If you have a photographer's heart, you will want to capture those amazing scenes wherever you are, rather than just driving through them. So here are some tips to help make your landscape photography more successful.

Finally, try to make your landscape photography a little different. Do this by altering the height or angle from which you take the shot.

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