For anybody starting out in photography, landscapes are a popular subject choice. They don’t move very quickly, don’t complain if you take half an hour to get your camera settings locked down, and there are plenty of them around. If pushed to categorise myself, I would say that I am a ‘landscape photographer’, even though I also shoot weddings and portraits from time to time. I can, and do, shoot other genres, but deep down my passion is photographing nature. I could even argue that there are really only two genres in photography – landscapes and portraits. You are only ever taking one, or the other. I might even take that further and say that a landscape image is just a ‘portrait’ of nature. But I digress.
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