Try vertical shots when photographing the National Parks
When shooting landscapes, your first instinct might be to capture as much scenery as possible horizontally. Instead, try a vertical take on popular landmarks. This not only introduces character and perspective to your photograph, but can also add a layering and depth of field effect. Try not to limit your vertical shots to waterfalls and other naturally vertical landmarks.
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