In The Field Photography

The magic of landscape photography begins with visualization and a camera. Then, the photographer sets their ideas into motion in the field. Field conditions can be rugged, requiring the photographer to be both agile and well-prepared, armed with appropriate gear and a thorough understanding of the exposure triangle — ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Equally important field skills include location scouting, solid workflow routine, use of filters, tripod setup, depth of field and focus stacking.