How to Add a Sense of Scale to Your Landscape Photos

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You might find that sometimes you take pictures of grand, scenic landscapes only to have viewers not react to the picture the way you had hoped. You present them with a well composed, properly exposed photo of a dramatic scene, but the viewers quickly pass it by. Why is this happening with your landscape photos' One reason might be that the viewer cannot get a sense of the scale of the scene.  They cannot tell if they are looking at something really big, or just something that looks big in a ...
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Auteur : Jim Hamel
Editeur : Digital Photography School
Catégorie : Photography Tips and Tutorials

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