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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Landscape photography is done with a wide lens – not a Long Lens! Why? I suggest Landscape photography can be done with any lens that will give the photographer the look they want to achieve. Don’t get stuck by ‘rules’. Learn to think like a photographer and be creative. Mike Browne Iceland Photo Workshop: http://www.photographycourses.biz/iceland 7 Blocks of Photography: http://www.photographycourses.biz/7blocks See all our free videos – http://www.photographycourses.biz/videos Subscribe to our channel – http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=photoexposed Video Rating: / 5

19 Comments

  • john gabriel 1 year ago

    oveeerly critical!

  • Ion Petrisor 1 year ago

    Thank you!

  • Giselle Thomas 1 year ago

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  • Eric George 1 year ago

    What a fantastic video. Some photography rules broken here, but when you have the talent tat Mike has you can easily get away with it. Please keep these brilliant videos coming! Thank you.

  • Brenton Crowhurst 1 year ago

    I love your tutorials, even though I'm a dedicated full-manual, film guy using a rangefinder that's older than me! I wish you'd do some videos devoted to film photography, especially with manual cameras, but, of course, it might have limited interest for most your followers.

  • Bjorn van Steenbergen 1 year ago

    Great video, but you might want to take a little longer look at the subtitles. There are quite a few errors in there.

  • Ken Cabeen 1 year ago

    good stuff. thank you!

  • Kevin Leung . A 1 year ago

    Great video! thanks Mike :)

  • Melissa Fague 1 year ago

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  • Eddie Tang 1 year ago

    Mike u r such a great presenter, you should hv your own TV show. Love all your videos.

  • bustedP 1 year ago

    I love your work and your work is well prepared and informative, the good thing about your videos are you get to the point and don't beat around the bush. great work, keep it up :)

  • Alejandro 1 year ago

    nice what about a panorama of the mountains they seem nice

  • Will 1 year ago

    I watched one video (can't remember which) and thought… "Not sure I will bother watching more of his stuff"

    I have now watched about 10 more and subscribed!

    I now look forward to more videos!
    Time to start finding out more great stuff from Mike!

  • Ch Chand Tanha 1 year ago

    you're a photocopy of my uncle.

  • Christian Wig 1 year ago

    Super-tutorial!!!

  • damian1202001 1 year ago

    You Tube's best photographic tutorials – amazing!

  • Jonathan Esslinger 1 year ago

    I love your videos. Thanks for taking the time top post them.

  • oasisbeyond 1 year ago

    I expected you to ttake 2 or 3 long lens shots then mesh them together in Photoshop or light room. But, this was cool.

  • cupulacochambrosa 1 year ago

    is always great to have Mike around

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