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F L A T B O O K S . C O M 37 PAGE WHY WE LIKE THESE KEY ELEMENTS IN LANDSCAPE PHOTOS MEADOWS Predators. This is always the first thing humans assess in new situations. What threats are there? How far are they? If so, what are my possible escape routes? In fact, this is not just what humans think, but almost every living creature. They first look at threats before opportunities. FRESH WATER LAKE BOATS ON A LAKE, HONGZHOU Humans like to know there is an immediate and nearby source of fresh water.

Also, because modern cameras have so many megapixels, we aren’t going to lose much resolution at all. I cropped out the man in the shop and the boring sign on the top. They did not add anything to the photo. By getting in tighter, I put more emphasis on the woman, and tied her to the Japanese writing on the lamp. TRADITIONAL WOMAN, NIKKO COMPOSING THE PHOTO F L A T B O O K S . C O M 45 PAGE CROPPING THE MAN WITH SCARF LIKE HE WAS WALKING ONTO A YACHT, JAPAN COMPOSING THE PHOTO F L A T B O O K S .

HEARST GUEST HOUSE AT SUNSET, SAN SIMEON COMPOSING THE PHOTO F L A T B O O K S . C O M 33 PAGE TAKE PHOTOS WITH TIME When you are setting up for your photo, remember that the time is probably fairly arbitrary. You might have chosen the time, or maybe you are simply in the moment with your camera. But you can always think about how a given scene might look at a different time. If it is an organic subject, like a human or a flower, maybe THIS is indeed to time to take a photo. These organic things do flow like a river, and they are never the same twice.

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