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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 19 - 2021
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A good landscape photograph is an image that can translate every impression that we see in the real life. Only by seeing a picture, a viewer is expected to feel the ambience like the warm or the cold temperature and also the wind inside a beautiful visual work. Every single piece of landscape photography should be designed to achieve a certain result based on the expectation of the photographer himself. It is not an easy thing because there will be obstacles for us to face in order to live it up. Here are some common mistakes usually made by photographer in the process of landscape photography that we should avoid: Read the rest of this entry »

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