Thursday, 22 September 2016

Landscape Photography


Thank you to the very talented Sue Lightfoot for the third in her fabulous photographic series.  
Sue has a knack for teaching the complexities in a easy to understand and remember way. 

In landscape photography we landscape photography is all about space within the world.  The scene cannot be set up, we are dealing with fixed constraints that are static.  

To get interesting images you need to work with the light and know where to stand to get a great perspective rather than just a postcard image.  

Exaggerating the foreground that add depth and interest.

Due to popular demand, Sue has generously offered to do some additional photography session for us.  We may be able to squeeze in an LGT session on Portrait Photography before the year is out, so keep an eye out for details over the next couple of weeks.

Sue explains more creative
ways to shoot Landscapes




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