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Landscape Photography

In this series, we've compiled a list of articles to introduce tips, techniques and camera equipment that are essential for landscape photography. 

  • 4 Keys to Shooting Pre-dawn Landscapes

    Playing up the blue tones in pre-dawn blue hour shots can result in beautiful landscape photos with a cool, calm atmosphere. The technique to doing so involves 4 key factors, which we introduce in this article.

  • EF16-35mm f/4L IS USM: Breath-taking Landscape Photography Even With Handheld Shooting

    As wide angle zoom EF lens compatible for use with full-frame cameras, the EF16-35mm f/4L IS USM is the first to be equipped with an image stabilizing system. This lens excels at handheld photography and aims to improve peripheral image quality, and its appeal will be explained using the works of GOTO AKI, a photographer who has travelled throughout Japan. (Reported by: GOTO AKI)

  • 5 Reasons Why the EOS 5D Mark IV is Ideal for Landscape Photography

    On the surface, the EOS 5D Mark IV might not have any major changes. Take a closer look though, and you’ll find numerous improvements such as a more firm and secure grip, and a lighter shutter, that closely reflect the needs of photographers. In this article, find out what makes the EOS 5D Mark IV so ideal for landscape photography as we showcase some works by photographers taken with the camera. (Reported by: GOTO AKI)

  • The Importance of Using Words to Express the Ideas Behind Photos

    GOTO AKI publishes his works in various media, such as solo exhibitions, photo collections, and websites. In this final part of the series, he talks about the importance of expressing your own works in words. Just how important is it to not only show a photo, but also to express it in words? Read on to find out. (Text: GOTO AKI)