Photographing Using the Classic Landscape Technique

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Every photographer yearns to capture a beautiful, classic landscape. World renowned photographer, Jim Zuckerman, shows you how in composing a landscape in Maine.

He finds a lighthouse with a rocky shoreline and takes you through the steps to create a classic landscape image. You will learn why manual focus and a deep aperture setting work best when using a wide angle lens. “You want your entire image to be sharp,” Jim explains. He shows you why using the self timer will avoid camera shake and why shooting at various angles works well.

Step onto the coastal shores of Maine with pro shooter, Jim Zuckerman, who offers you tips on composing the classic landscape.

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