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The Quiet Landscape

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Photography comes in many genres and styles. Landscape photography provides me everything I enjoy about the hobby. I can be in the forest or some secluded shoreline for the start of a new day or watch it end from the top of a mountain. I get to experience nature in all weather conditions, and your subject never complains. The best part - you are free to practice anywhere. Landscape subjects come in all shapes and sizes. They come big or small, busy or barren, simple or complex, epic or simple and loud or quiet. I like them all; however, the quiet landscape is...

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Acadia National Park is one of the most visited national parks in the country. Located within a day's drive of several large metropolitan areas keeps the daily visitor counts high. It is not uncommon during the busy summer months to get stuck in traffic and wait for parking at popular spots. Most national parks are centered around a specific attribute such as a desert, mountain range, or canyons. Unlike most National Parks, Acadia offers many different natural attractions in a compact area. Acadia offers deep woodlands with streams and lakes, sizable cliffs, and mountains right up against the...

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Zooming into Landscapes

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Ask any ten photographers what a landscape photo is, and you will get ten different answers. The truth is that most of their definitions would be correct. There really is no set definition; you just know it when you see it. I define landscape photos as any image that conveys the photographer's connection to the outdoor environment. That leaves the door open to any subject. It can be representational, impressionistic, abstract, urban, minimalist, rural, and natural. The goal is to achieve a feeling that closely resembles the photographers at the time of capture. If you can...

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