Photography 101: Finding the Best Shot — Portrait or Landscape?

August 08, 2013

Here is some great advice for me to work on. I hope it helps others out there too,

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Last week, landscape photographer Jeff Sinon introduced the basics of composition and shared techniques on how to look for various elements in a scene. Today, he talks about scouting the best shot and deciding when a portrait or landscape works best for a photograph.

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