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The skills of landscape photography

 


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Landscape photography requires exquisite quality, so you should try to set the sensitivity at 100 to get the most exquisite imaging. Under the low light environment, if having the requirement of exposure, you must use the faster shutter speed and you can appropriately increase the sensitivity, but it better not exceed ISO 500.

It is better if the landscape photographic depth of field is bigger, and maintaining a high enough resolution at the same time, so the best aperture should be F8-F13 depending on the photographic distance and the depth condition in scene. Putting the focus on the place of infinity or closing to infinity when shooting can get the best effect. Remember to playback the photos after shooting; check the photos by enlarging them; check up the focus and the depth of field and adjust the aperture and shutter to get the clearest image.

The choice of light

The twilight sunshine has the warm tone and soft light sensation; the lower light angle easily forms the contrast of light and shade, which is the most suitable for landscape photography. Thus, to shoot landscape needs to work from early to rise and late to bed; you need be in position before sun rises and stick to it after the sun goes down until the last an inch twilight light disappear, in order to grasp the best photographic time interval of landscape photography before and after the sunrise and sunset.

Next, pay attention to the application of the partial light. Let the only local area with the light on and the other parts is in the shadow. This kind of partial light can create a dramatic effect and make the works glow the unique vitality.

The diffuse light in cloudy day is not suitable for landscape photography. The too uniform diffuse light makes the photo look dull and lackluster. But there are exceptions; greasy weather and snowy day are the good examples. The visibility in greasy day is greatly reduced, the air perspective increases and it more easily forms dimensional gradation; it is often all pure white in snowy day, no color and gradation, but its charming is still unstoppable. But this is a special case; however, in most cases, sunny day is still the best choice of landscape photography. A lot of excellent landscape photos are shot in the sunny day and it is the good proof. But the photos shot in rainy day or cloudy day can be brighter by using photo editing software in the late and it can also get good pictures.

Yunnan, Meili Snow Mountain, the sunshine in the morning is relatively soft and has the warm color, which makes the main peak Slip pug cover with a layer of charming color.

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