When you compose a landscape image, think of it as a visual story that has a begining to draw the viewer in, a middle that holds their attention, and an end to bring the story to a satisfactory conclusion.
Depth of Field: Landscapes should, in general, be sharp from the closest point to infinity. Set a small lens aperture, such as f/16 or f/22 to ensure good depth of field.
Being in the right place at the right time is a crucial factor in capturing the landscape at its best, so be prepared to work hard, accept failure, and keep going back until you get the image you want. View Gallery