Generally photographers select a wide angle lens for landscapes or seascapes. Landscapes and seascapes often ask for a lot to be included in the image but sometimes a long telephoto lens can be used to emphasise some aspect of the image. In the next two examples I have used a wide angle lens of 28mm… Continue reading Suitable Lenses For Landscapes and Seascapes
Category: The Beauty Of Landscapes
Nikons Cheapest Lens, 50mm f/1.8D Standard Focal Length
Yes the 50mm f/1.8D lens is the cheapest lens in the Nikon range. Years ago the 50mm lens used to be regarded as the standard lens and was generally provided when you purchased a new camera. I have not used a lens of this focal length for many years as I have generally used zoom… Continue reading Nikons Cheapest Lens, 50mm f/1.8D Standard Focal Length
Digital Landscape Photography – Ten Tips
Landscape photography is something many photographers aspire to. There are many opportunities for this type of photography of your surrounding area, no matter where you are. Landscape Photography Definition Landscape photography is generally aimed to show different spaces and objects within the world where you are. They can be distant or close up micro objects.… Continue reading Digital Landscape Photography – Ten Tips
Nikon Lens Reviews For Landscape Images
When capturing landscape images there is not really one category of lens required to form the image. It really depends on where you want to place the emphasis in the images. As an example in the image above, a 14-24mm lens has been used with the main aim to capture the silhouette of the… Continue reading Nikon Lens Reviews For Landscape Images
Photographing Outback Landscapes
Lake Hart is one of the many salt lakes in South Australia. Lake Hart is just off the Stuart Highway when travelling from Pt. Augusta through to Central Australia and Darwin. This main tourist route highway is known as the Explorer’s Way between Adelaide and Darwin, 3016 km, it covers southern farmlands, central deserts to… Continue reading Photographing Outback Landscapes
Generally landscapes require a great depth of field, which can be obtained by using a small aperture of around f/16. Also landscapes require components of the image in the forground and also in the background which are in focus.
Landscapes will have a more pleasing appearance if the lighting is low in the sky, which means that the best time to photograph landscapes is early morning or late in the day.