Photography Week



Adding human interest to a landscape is a fantastic way to introduce a subject to a flat scene, and it also affords you a little bit more control over your composition. Social media is teeming with figure-in-a-landscape photos, and we’re going to show you just how effective this technique can be.

We shot our sunrise image in the UK’s Lake District. With no interesting subject, and the lake and sky dominating the frame, we would have struggled to take a traditional landscape – but with our model positioned on a partially submerged rock we were able to create a clear subject. If you’re not

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