10 TIPS for Landscape Photography you need to know!

10 TIPS for Landscape Photography you need to know!

10 TIPS you need to know in Landscape Photography


In this video, I reveal a credible set of tips that really matter in Landscape Photography.

Last week I travelled to the Isle of Harris & Lewis to run a workshop. When I was there I thought I would create a video revealing top tips in Landscape Photography that really do matter!

10 TIPS for Landscape Photography you need to know!

10 TIPS for Landscape Photography

10 TIPS you need to know in Landscape Photography

These tips were offered to me by my Facebook Subscribers. They were suggested when I asked my members for their top Landscape Photography tips. The only rule was that tips could only be suggested in just 3-words. I was overwhelmed by my subscriber's suggestions. I had 103 tips offered to me. I reveal in my video and below my favourite top ten plus my own tip too. Enjoy!

10 TIPS for every Landscape Photographer

What's the number ONE Photography Tip?

If you're looking for the magic tip, the one gem that everyone else knows but you, well, here it is... get off your backside, get out and shoot, shoot and shoot some more! It really is as simple as that. It's what I do and it's what every good photographer does! I hate to break it to you but there it is!

Having said all that there are of course a few tips that will generally help you on your quest for the holy grail of Landscape Pictures.

I hope you enjoy the tips!

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10 TIPS for Landscape Photography you need to know!

Watch the video or you can simply scroll to the bottom of this page where I reveal my subscribers top 10 Photography tips.

10 TIPS every Landscape Photographer must know


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10 TIPS for Landscape Photography

  • SHOOT FOR YOU (This is my tip!)
  1. TAKE YOUR TIME
  2. MAKE THE EFFORT
  3. JUST HAVE FUN
  4. WORK THE COMPOSITION
  5. GET THERE EARLIER
  6. KEEP IT SIMPLE
  7. PATIENCE PERSISTENCE PERSEVERANCE
  8. LEARN FROM MISTAKES
  9. GEAR DOESN’T MATTER
  10. PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE!

These tips are in no particular order.
These are the order they feature in my YouTube video

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2 Responses

  1. I am coming with you to Skye. Your thoughts on Hard vs Solt Edge filters, I started with the Fotodiox system, but I see their hard edge starts out light in the middle then darkens at the top, where Lee has a hard edge and is dark 1/2 the way up. I can see applications for both types. Of coarse they come in different stops also. Your thoughts? The filters I have are 6.6x8.5 inch. With circular 10 stop and polarizer. I am looking forward for our workshop Ron Larsen
    • gary_gough
      Hi Ron, If you use a full-frame camera then I'd suggest using a soft grad filter. If you use a cropped sensor then I'd suggest a medium grad filter. I only use a ".9" Soft Grad filter. This is a 3-stop filter which is usually more than enough.

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