This evening I was catching up on a few blogs, when I came across some wonderful large format Landscapes by William Neill. Spectacular photographs. He made quite a interesting point:
“One of the keys to develop depth in your work is to observe, and photograph, a chosen landscape for an extended period. The best opportunity is to explore a local nature preserve that you can return to often, during different seasons and times of day. Your sense of the place will grow. The choices you make when photographing will be educated by your knowledge of the local weather, light and topography”
Very true but I have to admit, at least in my area, the local nature reserve while nice is not conductive to great landscape photography.
What made me really laugh out loud (LOL); I later read, he lives in Yellowstone Park!
Some local landscape!