We join Mike Browne on location were he explains, and demonstrates that you don’t have to limit your landscape photography to wide angle lenses.
So we are all aware that when it comes to landscape photography you ideally need a wide angle lens, not so much a long lens. But does this mean that you can’t use a long lens for landscapes at all? Well, we join Mike Browne on location were he explains, and demonstrates that you don’t have to limit yourself to wide angle lenses. There’s many ways to utilise and get creative with a long lens in your landscape images.
Mike says “I suggest landscape photography can be done with any lens that will give the photographer the look they want to achieve. Don’t get stuck by ‘rules’. Learn to think like a photographer and be creative.” Lets take a look…
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