Our photo courses are designed to suit your individual needs.  If you are a beginner or intermediate and would like to take beautiful landscape photos, don't hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements.  Individual courses or small groups are welcome.  



To help you start, below are a few valuable tips for good landscape photography:



1.  The best landscape photos are taken during the "golden" hour (one hour before sunset and one hour after sunrise)

2.  Always carry a tripod with you no matter how uncomfortable it might be

3.  Prepare the day before (think about what you are about to shoot, make sure your camera and lenses are ready, your battery is fully charged, and you have a spare memory card with you)

4.  Take your time when taking photos, never rush

5.  Try to compose more and hit the shutter less

6.  If you are taking photos of seascapes, make sure that you know the times of high and low tide

7.  Know the time of dusk, sunrise, sunset and dawn

8.  Listen to the weather forecast for the next day

9.  Get inspiration from other photographers

10. Every day and every situation is different, take advantage of that

11.  Always shoot in RAW

12. Pay attention to the different way that light falls on different parts of your scene

13.  Clouds increase the atmosphere of a landscape

14.  Always clarify what the eye catcher (focal point) will be in your image

15.  Post processing = Optimizing your image to the best result

16.  Always turn around, sometimes the better image is behind you

17. Mistakes are allowed! The more mistakes you make, the more you learn!

18.  Understand and look to your histogram while shooting. It delivers very important information about your image

19.  Don't be afraid to get down and dirty

20.  Henri Cartier-Bresson was right when he said that “Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.”

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