From earth to sky


Article Excerpt: “…one must always pay attention to the sky, and the available sky isn’t always the one best suited for the photograph in mind…So, as photographers, how can we best take advantage of what we have so that our landscapes are canopied by the best piece of atmosphere available?…One way is, after you have assessed the sky for its features (clouds, colour, rain sheets, wildlife, etc) consider how much you want to include. If it is a strong feature of the landscape and provides the required mood, include lots of it by dropping your horizon. Don’t be too concerned about any ‘rule of thirds’; just go with what looks good.”~Tom Dinning from his article The Sky in Landscape Photography: Making It Work


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