Landscapes have never been my top choice for photography subjects. Although I’ve seen many photo-worthy scenes in my travels near and far, I haven’t focused on building my skills to capture them as I see them.
For instance, the other day in Rebuck, PA I crouched low aiming to get a field of crops strongly in the foreground with the mountains gently rising in the background. I didn’t do that well with my goal:
But another photographer out standing in the field (haha) one county away succeeded at it in his photo:
There was a time when seeing great images by other photographers made me envious. Now, looking at the improvements I’ve made in the past few years, I see these images as something to aspire to. To any photographers reading this post, please do share tips on landscape shots. Maybe one day I’ll be able to say I like taking landscape photos!