The Worst LONG LENS COMPOSITION Mistake in Landscape Photography!!

8/26/2020 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

In this weeks episode, Mark Denney discusess the worst long lens composition mistake in landscape photography! 
 
 It seems that the majority of the compositional information that's available for landscape photography usually revolves around the use of a wide angle lens. And although both telephoto and wide angle lenses share some commonalities with regards to best practices, they also possess quite a few differentiating factors as well.

 

In this video, Mark will review the worst long lens composition mistake in landscape photography and how best to solve it. Now the interesting thing about this mistake is that it's actually made up of a series of smaller mistakes that when summed together creates a much larger issue. 
 
VIDEO CHAPTERS 
 
🔘0:00 Intro
🔘0:58 Worst Mistake 
🔘1:23 Two Characteristics 
🔘4:38 Wide Angle & Telephoto 
🔘5:22 Scene Stuffing 
🔘6:43 Strong Subject 
🔘7:34 Isolate & Avoid 
🔘8:53 Small Details 
🔘10:04 Interesting Light 
🔘11:09 Interesting Atmosphere 
🔘12:08 Keep it Simple 
🔘14:37 Outro
 
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About Mark Denney:


My passion for landscape photography has grown from my love of the great outdoors. The serenity and therapeutic nature are perhaps what I enjoy most about it. I treasure the complete process that landscape photography requires, from the on-location aspect of actually traveling and taking the image to the post processing workflow of Lightroom and Photoshop.  Let's Get Connected: markdenneyphotography.com |  Twitter | Facebook | Instagram


Text, image and video via Mark Denney




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