How to Take Stunning Landscape Photos in “Boring” Locations
This video is from Mads Peter Iversen a photographer and tutor from Denmark. If this video Mads teaches us who to make the most out of photographing a boring landscape. These tips that Mads shares with us are definitely worth taking note of. His images are fantastic and his teaching methods are really effective. We can all learn from photographers like Mads who are willing to share their experiences with us.
What Have We Learned From This Video Tutorial
A common theme that I am seeing which has been created by circumstance is the ability for top photographers to be able to adapt from shooting globally to shooting locally. What is different in this video, is that despite having seemingly nothing to photograph in Denmark, Mads finds ways to make his images work. Fortunately for us, Mads has shared 7 brilliant tips to take stunning landscape photos in “Boring” locations. Make sure to watch the video and learn more about these seven great photography tips.
Seven Tips To Take Stunning Landscape Photos
Find a Focal Point
Benefit From The Conditions
Is The Grass Greener
Learn New Techniques
Get a Drone
More Articles On Photographing “Boring” Landscape
I found another article from Mads on How to Take Amazing Landscape Photos When You Live in a “Boring” Landscape. This is very similar to this article with more detail on some of the key points to improve your landscape photography
An article by David Peterson has piqued my interest. This article address some of the most common mistakes that photographers make when shooting landscapes. Ask David: Why are my landscapes so boring?
Now here’s a completely different angle. This article brings images back to life in post-processing. Let’s learn How to Dramatically Improve Your Boring Landscape Photograph in Lightroom from Mike O’Leary.
The final article I’d like to share and an editorial: Why is Landscape Photography Often So Boring and Predictable?
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