Landscape Photography Tips

Photographing THIS will make you a BETTER PHOTOGRAPHER

Photography is more than simply pointing and shooting. It is an art that must be constantly polished and refined. Most experienced photographers know that there is always a new thing to learn – especially in composition. Keeping this principle of life-long learning in mind, every photographer strives to be better in their style. A portrait photographer would focus on portraits, a landscape photographer would focus on photographing landscapes better. But sometimes, it’s not just about the style. If you have been trying to push your photography limits, take a look at this motivating video which will tell you how Autumn plays a role in photography. And how photographing this will make you a better photographer.

Coming to you after Christian Irmler took a long trek in the woodlands, this fantastic video will show you how photographing this will make you a better photographer. In this video, Christian Irmler tears down the boundaries of different styles of photography and shows a way that could benefit all kinds of photographers. He explains that where some photographers claim full Autumn to be impossible to photograph, you should view it as an opportunity to get better.

Check out the video above for the full rundown.

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"I toally risk with the weather, but I would risk much more if I would stay at home, because staying at home always leads into 100% fail."

Christian Irmler - Landscape Photographer and great-great grandnephew of Gustav Klimt (6th degree)


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