This is one for all the landscape photographers out there, what do you think is best for landscape photography – the wider the better, or do you use a long lens for more intimate landscape images?
Today we join British landscape photographer, Thomas Heaton as he shares his view on why long lenses are actually great for landscape photography vs wide-angle lenses. Watch as Thomas explains why using a long lens can give you far more options and variety. In the video description, Thomas says: “This video has been made to show that not all landscape images need to be photographed with a wide-angle lens. Actually, long lenses are equally as effective and have many benefits.”
How do you feel about it, do you use long lenses in your landscape photography? Or do you have a trusty wide you always reach for? Needless to say, we always want to know what you think so let us know in the comment section below.
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