Landscape Photography Lightroom Presets
In other words, try both vertical and horizontal images. With digital photography, you should feel even more willing to experiment and capture multiple shots because there are no extra costs except your time. We are used to shooting landscapes horizontally, but there may be a dynamic composition vertically. And we are accustomed to taking vertical portrait images, but horizontal portraits can take on a fine art feel. Be sure to shoot plenty of images in both orientations. Some locations lend themselves more naturally to a vertical or horizontal composition, but consider both orientations. Figures 6.7 and 6.8 show the same image in both vertical and horizontal composition. Each has a different feel and emphasis.
One year ago, American Photo published an important special issue on a new ethic of conservationism changing the art of nature photography. This year, our September October issue is devoted to a far different topic fashion. This was not the result of any editorial planning on our part we're a little more haphazard than that, unfortunately. Nonetheless, I think the contrast between the two issues makes a good point about this magazine. American Photo has always, and, I think, uniquely, taken a broad view of what a photography journal can be. It has always been my assumption, based on the photographers and readers I have met, that people who are interested in photography are also vitally interested in lots of things in the world, from nature to art, from current events to technology.
By using three or more lights, you can carefully place highlights and create a dramatic, creative effect. Most commonly, I utilize three lights for creating faux high-dynamic range (HDR). If you are a fan of travel or landscape photography, you may have attempted HDR photography, whereby you create detail in the highlights and detail in the shadows by combining multiple frames of an image at multiple exposures. In short, you extend the exposure range contained within a single image.
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