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Posted on November 15, 2011 by SteveP
In your words, what is the definition?
Category: Questions & Answers Tags: Landscaping
It’s a picture of scenery instead of a close up shot.
Shots of what you see, and all the nature’s beauty in the distance!
Look up a guy called Derry Brabs who’s work seems to be used on a regular basis and I think this will answer your question. Chinese proverb says Every Picture is worth a thousand words.
Representational, impressionistic and abstract along with quick hints for effective.
photographing landscapes… 😀
(and that can include seascapes and the built environment)
Hmmmmm – oh yeah, photographs of landscapes.
For me it’s photos of valleys and mountains, possibly lakes. I particularly enjoy photographing a meandering river. Another example is photos taken from the city from a hilltop.
Well your shooting landscapes. Cityscapes, scenery’s of oceans etc all falls in the same category. Thats why its called landscape
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