Master the Art of Photographing Forests and Trees
Landscape photography is often associated with the Grand Landscape and the famous vistas. I love a beautiful sunset from a vantage point with impressive mountains in the background just as much as anyone, and I have several times traveled across the globe to find such a scene and capture it.
However, one of the problems with this kind of photography is: you sometimes have to travel across the globe to find a scene and capture it! And when you do, you will probably find that you are not alone on location and the scene has been photographed so many times before that you will have a hard time separating your own masterwork from thousands of others.
I am not saying that there aren’t any grand vistas out there that you can discover and make your own, but you get the idea. Most of us do not live close to countless undiscovered, fabulous viewpoints and many of the famous, grand landscapes have been so much photographed that making something new can be difficult.