CDLC: Exploration for Landscape Photography – Going Further and Finding Yourself

This is one of the most beautifully illustrated CDLC articles I've seen in a long time. [Sean]
 
From the Canon Digital Learning Center:
by Erin Babnik
 
One of the greatest rewards of photographing landscapes is the transformative experience of being outdoors. Regardless of how well the photography goes, spending time in beautiful or invigorating environments is time well spent. Nonetheless, most landscape photographers would prefer to return from an excursion with new additions to the portfolio to show for it, and that desire can make exploring new areas seem like an imprudent expense of time. Focusing on results can lead to a creative cul-de-sac, however, sometimes causing a photographer to privilege scenes that are ‘safe bets’ instead of taking risks with unknown territory. Although playing it safe with familiar locations can bring desirable short-term results, the greatest rewards come from venturing outside one’s comfort zone and into situations that encourage personal discovery. Exploring new terrain is one of the greatest habits that a landscape photographer can form for the purposes of creative growth, not only because exploration is challenging, but also because it is exciting and extremely fun.
Read the entire article on the Canon Digital Learning Center.
Posted: 3/8/2018 11:38:46 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
Posted to: Canon News
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