Time for another tutorial, which looks at one of my very favourite subjects, landscape photography. Dale Young is the guide to improving your landscapes images and I’m sure you’ll learn a lot from him. As always, my most sincere thanks to the Fujifilm UK blog for commissioning, publishing and allowing the reblogging of their tutorials.
In this tutorial I wanted to give you some of my favourite tips to get you started with landscape photography from the more obvious tips to some of the lesser known ones. I have not listed them in order of importance as I believe this is subjective, more so the order in which they came to mind.
Remember, you don’t have to apply any or all of these ideas to take a great landscape picture, but it may just help you on your way.
Although Fujifilm JPEGs are renowned for their quality, when shooting landscapes I strongly recommend that you shoot RAW. This is because more image ‘information’ is retained in the image than from a JPEG and this will allow more flexibility when correcting exposure, enhancing colours and boosting tones. RAW files can be processed & converted with the camera specific bundled software or you can use popular programs…
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