At some point, we’ve all come back from a shoot and been disappointed to find that the image or images we’ve believe to have captured successfully have had something wrong with them. Maybe the wrong shutter speed has caused details to blur, or perhaps focus was slightly off. Or perhaps depth of field didn’t extend as far back or forward as we thought it would. This is particularly disheartening when capturing a landscape, given the effort that goes into getting to a location in good time, setting up and waiting for the perfect moment. So, to make sure you always come away with your images as best as you get them them, here are five key things to check as you’re shooting.
5 Tips for capturing great Landscape images every time
1. Use a lens hood – and make sure it’s mounted properly
2. Check your filters aren’t causing vignetting
3. Use your depth-of-field preview function
4. Zoom in to check focus
5. Check your highlights
I hope these tips will be useful to you, next time when you are out and shooting. Do you have any tips for landscape photography? Do you like capturing landscape shots?