Icons, they are incredibly hard to photograph. They have been photographed from nearly every angle and all hours of the day and night but I still can’t help myself photographing a famous icon such as the Sydney Opera House. The other thing that I always seem to notice is that when I do photograph these icons, there are photographers everywhere, absolutely everywhere.
While going through my blog post archives I found this gem. The original blog post (12 Real Landscape Photography Tips) was pretty popular throughout 2013, so I decided that it need a bit of freshening up and it needed to be reposted here because I believe that these tips are still pretty relevant.
There is a lot of information on the web to help you improve your landscape photography but I am yet to find one that will give you advice that will make your life that little bit easier. So these tips that I have listed below are lessons, mostly hard lessons that I have learnt during the years of trekking out the door before the sunrises to try and get that magical shot of Mother Nature doing her thing.