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Nature Tales issue #21 -- Nature Landscapes - The Focal Point
August 08, 2008
Tips and Tricks For Taking The Best Nature and Flower Pictures You Have Ever Taken
Welcome to Nature Tales, the newsletter with insider tips for getting the most from your nature photographs. We will be sharing some of our secrets and strategies for better pictures and some don'ts for those not so good shots.
August 8, 2008 Issue #21
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Nature Landscapes - Finding A Focal Point
How to Take Beautiful Landscape Photos Using a Standard Point and Shoot CameraCont'd
Last week we covered a few of the technical issues in taking Nature Landscape Pictures. Now let's move on to the next tip.
The next significant consideration in nature landscape photography is a focal point. That scenic overlook may be quite lovely to take-in, but photographically it may be a challenge as there is nothing for an eye to rest upon.
Take this into consideration and find a point to capture within the context of the landscape, for example:
This may be achieved also by finding a foreground as the focal point, this can be a field of flowers framing the bottom of the image, and the insertion of a foreground will always give a landscape image a tremendous amount of depth.
Here is a little food for thought. Take a look at these nature landscapes and see if you can find the focal point. Just a little something to think about.
See you next Friday when we will cover Look for Unique Features in the Landscape or Sky.
If you would prefer reading the entire article now, you can find it here.
These tips are brought to you in partnership with Amy Renfrey. Amy is the author of Powerful Landscape Photography. It is a book that is one of my top picks for learning photography.
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