Telephoto Landscapes: Quick Tip

     When going out to shoot landscapes, many people reach for their wide-angle lens. But that is not always the best option. I have to admit, it is fun to take a really wide shot, but often time those images don't have the same kick that other ones do. That may be because there is too much in the scene. I suggest that you try using a longer lens sometimes somewhere in the 70-300 range. By picking out little details in the landscape, or showing a tighter view, you might find some good photos. To leave you with some ideas, the following landscapes were all taken with longer focal lengths:
Super Moon

Solo Trees

Tree Reflection Sunset

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