Two articles on landscape photography at ePHOTOzine

ePHOTOzine published two articles on ladscape photography, which cover topics which normally wouldn’t instantly pop up in your mind when thinking of landscapes.

Article #1 deals with the “magic cloth” technique. This technique allows you to selectively control the exposure time of different parts of a picture during long exposures using simply — a cloth. The pictures shown speak for themselves — impressive what can be achieved with this technique when applied correctly!

Article #2 deals with another not so obvious topic, namely using longer focal lengths for landscape shots. Normally, for landscape shooting you’d take a wide-angle along to capture as much of the view ahead as possible. But there’s also a lot of interesting stuff you can do with a telephoto lens!

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