The Low Down
Exposure, Part Three: The Sensor by David Noton
It is an undeniable truth, in my experience at least, that the best photographic vantage points are usually in the most exposed positions. More often than not we landscape photographers find ourselves perched on precipitous cliff edges, precarious ledges, slippery rocks, icy slopes, battered shores or lofty hilltops, waiting for the light. It’s inevitable; great shots are rarely made from the car park.
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