3 tips for landscape photography

Mike Browne heads out to Vietnam, and whilst looking for shoot spots for his then upcoming photography class he discusses three tips for Landscape photography with his wide angle lens.

The video explores 3 main things to think about when you are taking your picture. You’re likely on holiday and as per tip 1, you may not be back anytime soon, so getting that shot exactly how you want it is very important!

Tip 1: When taking that shot, take your time, you’re likely a long way from home and won’t be back anytime soon.

Tip 2: Find some foreground, it frames and adds depth to the picture. Also remember to hang around for the right light.

Tip 3: Look side to side. There may well be more than one shot there.

And a bonus tip:

Tip 4: Remember to charge your camera battery 😉

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