Landscape Photography is not always wide.
While the majority of landscape photography is done with a wide angle or small focal length, many often overlook the use of a telephoto lens. There are certain viewpoints you get of landscapes that you can only get from a distance.
It’s all about perspective. The two photos below are both of the same church and mountain, yet in the first the mountain seems bigger and much closer, while in the second it appears much smaller and further away.
On my Landscape Photography from a Distance workshop I will show you, using a number of great locations around the Ljubljana airport, just how to spot these and how to utilise a long focal length to create these unique perspectives.
Slovenia’s landscape and mountains is dotted with churches, so it’s the perfect place for this kind of photography.
Join me for a private 1-1 or group workshop. Morning workshops will start with a dawn shoot at the church above. Then we’ll visit a variety of locations as examples. Afternoon to evening workshops are also available and we will end at this church, or another depending on the conditions at the time.