Feb 7, 2014

Compositional Landscape Photography Tip

Before capturing a landscape photography picture always think about the placement of the horizon. An old rule but efficient one is the Rule of Thirds. Don't use it as a set rule; more as a guideline or starting point for a more interesting and pleasing photographic composition. In Landscape Photography it is best to place the horizon in accordance to the importance of the sky; with dramatic sky formations placing the horizon in the lower third will give the sky more preference, for images with stronger foregrounds and weaker cloud or sky formations a horizon in the upper third of the image is more preferred.



Good light and happy photo making! Juergen

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