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Part II: Techniques Unlimited > Scenic Photography

Chapter 7. Scenic Photography

One of the cool things about photography is that so many of the most interesting creative avenues run parallel to each other, crisscross, or even meander down the same path from time to time. Scenic photography can include human-made structures, such as the charming old barns often found in rural landscapes. Architectural photography isn’t limited to urban settings, and can often include the scenery that is part of the building’s structure. Travel photography might include a bit of both—urban architecture and the landscapes found outside the cities—but with the “not local” perspective that is essential to the travel experience.

Despite the overlap, each of these three types of photography have some unique aspects, so I’m going to discuss scenic, architectural, and travel photography in separate chapters. You shouldn’t be reluctant to apply what you learn in any of these to one of the others.


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