Landscape Photography Portfolio Websites | Tips and Examples

Stand out as a freelance photographer by building a stellar landscape photography portfolio using Format templates and applying these nature photography tips.

June 17, 2021
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Francisco Roldan

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Matt Mahmood-Ogston

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desktop browser window frameMaurizio Laudisa
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Maurizio Laudisa

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Landscape Photography Tip: Plan Ahead

Do some planning before you go out to shoot landscape photography projects. Planning for the time of day and weather can make or break your shot. Be sure to check the weather and download an app like PhotoPills to nail the timing of golden hour and blue hour wherever you are in the world.

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desktop browser window frameKaeli Van Bendegem
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Wide Angle Landscape Photography Tip: Leading Lines

Wide-angle lenses help you capture as much of the landscape scene as possible. Whenever you're shooting with a wide-angle lens, pay careful attention to the corners of the frame, especially the bottom corners. If you can capture leading lines from the bottom corners of the frame leading into the center of the landscape image, you can create more drama in your composition.

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desktop browser window frameMichael Pedron
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Flavia Balan

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Abdalla Ahmed

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Nature Photoshoot Idea: Experiment With Perspective

You can show your viewers a new way to look at your subject by experimenting with unique perspectives—change your vantage point to get above the scene or get on the ground to shoot. These simple changes in your perspective produce a completely different emotion from your images for a scroll-stopping image.

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Jack Moriarty

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Tom Schifanella

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Photoshoot Idea For Models In Nature

Here's a nature photo challenge idea to experiment with when shooting with a model—practice your backlit outdoor portraits. Sometimes when you go out to shoot, you've got no choice but to deal with the harsh lighting of the sun, but this allows you to work with a new style giving you unique effects like flares and silhouettes. Don't forget to check your white balance to keep your color temperature in check so that you can capture more vivid images with a flattering backlight on your subject. 

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Digital Photography Landscape Tip: Use A Polarizing Filter

A polarizing filter is an essential tool in many landscape photographer's camera bags. A polarizing filter is particularly useful when shooting landscapes with water, skies, or anything with high reflections. Polar lenses only allow light in at a specific angle, which cuts out the glare from the reflections giving you more intense, vibrant colors in your images. 

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