Someone close to me mentioned how nice is to break the horizontal structure of landscapes and pictures.
In astronomy, geography, and related sciences and contexts, a direction passing by a given point is said to be vertical if it is locally aligned with the local gravity vector at that point. In general, something that is vertical can be drawn from up to down (or down to up), such as the y-axis in the Cartesian coordinate system.
Natural scenery: mountains, valleys, trees, rivers, and forests, especially where the main subject is a wide view – with its elements arranged into a coherent composition
Landscape views in art may be entirely imaginary, or copied from reality with varying degrees of accuracy.
Landscape photography is done for a variety of reasons. Perhaps the most common is to recall a personal observation or experience while in the outdoors, especially when traveling. Others pursue it particularly as an outdoor lifestyle, to be involved with nature and the elements, some as an escape from the artificial world.
Many landscape photographs show little or no human activity and are created in the pursuit of a pure, unsullied depiction of nature, devoid of human influence
Normally, landscape photography—being focused primarily on natural beauty—tends to be done with only naturally occurring ambient light.
Light at dawn or dusk, or just before or after those times (especially at sunrise, or during the “golden hour” just before sunset), is often considered the best for capturing detail, showing scenes in the best colors of light, or otherwise generating impressive and attractive images.
- 3 original photographs, wooden frame, green and blue mounting board (2 joined cuts)
- 25,4 x 52,4 cm