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Tips for greater Pictures

Position The Horizon

Where you place the horizon in the shot affects what exactly is emphasized. to indicate the land, use a high horizon. To show the
sky, use a low horizon.

look for Details

A shot of an entire sequoia ranking just looks like a tree. But a shot of simply the tree's wide base, with a person for scale, is greater robust.

Use Proportion

think the frame divided into thirds, both horizontally and vertically, as getting Tic-Tac-Toe board. Always centering your subject can get dull. Use the Rule of Thirds to add variety and interest.

Add Depth

Add tips that could guide the eye. If your subject is a distant mountain, add a person or a tree in the foreground. A wide angle lens can exaggerate this perspective.

Consider Variety

involve landscapes and folks shots, close ups and broad angles, better weather and bad weather. Take personal shots that remember the ? friends which you meet, your hotel/campsite, transportation, street or hiking signposts

Include People

Photographs solely of landscape and rocks are enjoyable to take but often dull to look at. If there's no one around, include yourself using the self-timer

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