When you capture your landscape images, you might consider how to tell the story through a sense of place. In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant takes you to the Dakota Badlands to create photographs unique to this setting. He shows you how the cracked mud gives the Badlands its own sense of place. He makes sure his landscape images always include these cracked mud patterns, whether as visual foreground introductions or tighter shots of the intimate details. Using a wide angle lens, Ian makes his exquisite landscape photographs, all telling the story of the Badlands’ unique geographic sense of place.
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