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28th Nov 2019

# 10  landscape photography tips


1. Increase the depth of field.

You can experiment with a shallow depth of field , but as a rule, when shooting landscapes, you need to take a picture so that the largest possible part of the frame is in focus. This can be achieved by reducing the aperture value. The smaller the aperture, the greater the depth of field. But keep in mind that with a smaller aperture, less light will enter the camera, this can be compensated by increasing the ISO or increasing the shutter speed (or both).

2. Use a tripod.

Increasing the exposure time to compensate for the covered aperture, you need to provide the camera with maximum immobility during shooting. But even with a slow shutter speed, it is better to use a tripod, this will help to improve the quality of pictures. You can also use the remote control or a cable or a shutter timer, it sometimes helps a lot, because when you press the shutter button, the camera will still shift slightly.

3. Look for “points of interest”.

As in any photograph in landscape photographs, there should also be points of interest , otherwise the photograph will be empty, the viewer’s eyes will stop at nothing. Points of interest can be completely different - buildings, structures, eye-catching wood, boulders, rocks, silhouettes, etc. When choosing a point of interest, pay attention to where it is located in the frame, do not forget about the rule of thirds.

4. Choose your foreground carefully.

If you want to get great photos, not like the others, think over the foreground . It will mean a lot for a successful photo, and will create a sense of depth in the frame.

5. Do not forget about the sky.

In many landscape shots, either the sky or the foreground dominates. You need to learn how to combine them in the frame. If the sky is boring and not expressive, place it in the upper third of the image (the main thing is that the background in this case is beautiful and interesting), but if the sky is full of drama, with exciting clouds or flowers, let it transform the image and place the horizon below . Also, the sky can be improved in the post-processing process or using various filters, for example, polarizing.

6. Lines.

By taking a landscape shot you can direct the viewer's eye, you can do this with the help of lines. Lines give the image depth, scale and add interest. You can learn a lot more interesting about the lines from this lesson.

7. Catch the movement.

Thinking of the landscape, many imagine a calm, serene and passive atmosphere. But often landscapes are not stationary. And if you convey the movement, you fill the picture with drama, mood and interest. For example - wind swaying trees, waves on the beach, water falling from a waterfall, flying birds, moving clouds.

8. Work with the weather.

The landscape can change dramatically depending on the weather . Therefore, it is very important to choose the right time for the picture. Many novice photographers think that sunny weather is ideal for landscape shots, in fact, cloudy weather before the rain also provides a lot of opportunities for a good picture that conveys mood and many color tones. Storm, wind, fog, dramatic clouds, glimpses of the sun through the clouds, rainbows, sunsets, sunrises - work with different weather and the pictures will be much more diverse than in sunny weather.

9. Work during the golden hours.

Gold watches are good for landscape photography for many reasons, the main advantage is the “golden” light, as well as the angle at which it falls, creating interesting shapes, spaces and textures. Golden time is a time span of about an hour immediately after sunrise and before sunset, when the sun is near the horizon.

10. Do not forget about the horizon.

Thinking about the horizon, you need to ask yourself two questions: Is it horizontal? - you can straighten it in the post-processing process, but from this you can lose in quality and take better care that it is direct when photographing. How is it located in compositional terms? - It will look better if the horizon is located according to the rule of thirds than in the middle of the frame.

11. Experiment with different angles of shooting.

Imagine that you drive a car, see a beautiful landscape, stop, get out of the car and often take a picture from the same position every time you see a [beautiful picture](http://magical-moments.eklablog.com/). Pictures will be of the same type and not particularly original. Take a little time to imagine from what angle the landscape will look the most advantageous, and you can make a unique shot.

28th Nov 2019

10  landscape photography tips


1. Increase the depth of field.

You can experiment with a shallow depth of field , but as a rule, when shooting landscapes, you need to take a picture so that the largest possible part of the frame is in focus. This can be achieved by reducing the aperture value. The smaller the aperture, the greater the depth of field. But keep in mind that with a smaller aperture, less light will enter the camera, this can be compensated by increasing the ISO or increasing the shutter speed (or both).

2. Use a tripod.

Increasing the exposure time to compensate for the covered aperture, you need to provide the camera with maximum immobility during shooting. But even with a slow shutter speed, it is better to use a tripod, this will help to improve the quality of pictures. You can also use the remote control or a cable or a shutter timer, it sometimes helps a lot, because when you press the shutter button, the camera will still shift slightly.

3. Look for “points of interest”.

As in any photograph in landscape photographs, there should also be points of interest , otherwise the photograph will be empty, the viewer’s eyes will stop at nothing. Points of interest can be completely different - buildings, structures, eye-catching wood, boulders, rocks, silhouettes, etc. When choosing a point of interest, pay attention to where it is located in the frame, do not forget about the rule of thirds.

4. Choose your foreground carefully.

If you want to get great photos, not like the others, think over the foreground . It will mean a lot for a successful photo, and will create a sense of depth in the frame.

5. Do not forget about the sky.

In many landscape shots, either the sky or the foreground dominates. You need to learn how to combine them in the frame. If the sky is boring and not expressive, place it in the upper third of the image (the main thing is that the background in this case is beautiful and interesting), but if the sky is full of drama, with exciting clouds or flowers, let it transform the image and place the horizon below . Also, the sky can be improved in the post-processing process or using various filters, for example, polarizing.

6. Lines.

By taking a landscape shot you can direct the viewer's eye, you can do this with the help of lines. Lines give the image depth, scale and add interest. You can learn a lot more interesting about the lines from this lesson.

7. Catch the movement.

Thinking of the landscape, many imagine a calm, serene and passive atmosphere. But often landscapes are not stationary. And if you convey the movement, you fill the picture with drama, mood and interest. For example - wind swaying trees, waves on the beach, water falling from a waterfall, flying birds, moving clouds.

8. Work with the weather.

The landscape can change dramatically depending on the weather . Therefore, it is very important to choose the right time for the picture. Many novice photographers think that sunny weather is ideal for landscape shots, in fact, cloudy weather before the rain also provides a lot of opportunities for a good picture that conveys mood and many color tones. Storm, wind, fog, dramatic clouds, glimpses of the sun through the clouds, rainbows, sunsets, sunrises - work with different weather and the pictures will be much more diverse than in sunny weather.

9. Work during the golden hours.

Gold watches are good for landscape photography for many reasons, the main advantage is the “golden” light, as well as the angle at which it falls, creating interesting shapes, spaces and textures. Golden time is a time span of about an hour immediately after sunrise and before sunset, when the sun is near the horizon.

10. Do not forget about the horizon.

Thinking about the horizon, you need to ask yourself two questions: Is it horizontal? - you can straighten it in the post-processing process, but from this you can lose in quality and take better care that it is direct when photographing. How is it located in compositional terms? - It will look better if the horizon is located according to the rule of thirds than in the middle of the frame.

11. Experiment with different angles of shooting.

Imagine that you drive a car, see a beautiful landscape, stop, get out of the car and often take a picture from the same position every time you see a beautiful picture http://magical-moments.eklablog.com/. Pictures will be of the same type and not particularly original. Take a little time to imagine from what angle the landscape will look the most advantageous, and you can make a unique shot.

03rd Oct 2019

Wedding Planning Should Build Love Between A Couple

A wedding is a sacred way to unite a couple. The important process of wedding planning should build love between a couple. It is much nicer if the planning is done in a way that is comfortable and enjoyable. As some people know, social event planning takes some good coordination skills. Being prepared makes this much simpler and many people can appreciate helpful tips from other couples that have been successful at planning an enjoyable wedding. When planning out the wedding, a couple can focus on being happy and enjoy the process of dreaming together about their choices. Having fun is part of the best way to plan and a smart couple can enjoy each other while coordinating this important event. The love should grow and both people can understand why they are getting married. Take notes and include the love for each other as something you just know.

Read more here https://arameventphotography.com/wedding-planning/

03rd Oct 2019

14 Fun Wedding Photo Ideas

The couple that laughs together, stays together, so start your marriage off right with loads of fun on your wedding day. And capture that fun on film. Here are 14 fun wedding photo ideas to consider for your special day...

Original article read here https://listed.to/@eventphotography/8709/14-fun-wedding-photo-ideas

25th Sep 2019

WEDDING CONCEPT 2020


The wedding concept reflects the individuality of the newlyweds, their character, style and taste preferences. She, like a script for a movie, is able to turn your triumph into a real fairy tale - a bright and unique one. So that each guest, returning home, will remain impressed by what he has seen and heard for a long time. When it comes to the concept of a wedding, a universal recipe does not exist - every detail requires an individual and creative approach. For each couple, we develop our own unique concept based on a love story, hobbies, dreams and character.

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