5 Tips to Master Your Wide-Angle Landscape Photography

The wide-angle lens is very well known to be “the” landscape photography lens. That being said, it can be a little hard to figure out how to use it in the beginning. Here are five tips.A wide-angle lens is defined as a lens with a focal length smaller (or wider) than 35mm on a full-frame camera. All photographers know there is a huge difference between photographing as 16mm and photographing at 35mm, however, these tips ought to work very well for everything shorter than 35mm.Focal PointAlthough not always necessary, I personally prefer to have a focal point in my photos. A focal point is generally where the eye tends to rest or “go-to” in a photo and generally, that is where you would want to place your main subject. In this article, you can see plenty of photos, where the subject is the focal point. The drone photo below with the tree on the field is a great example of a single focal point. Yes, most drones actually has a wide-angle prime lens installed.

%d bloggers like this: