Layered Landscape

in #travel2 years ago

Photos are limited to the two dimensional space. This can make it hard to perceive depth in certain photos. In this case all the different layers of the landscape, starting in the foreground, build a feeling of depth.


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Categorylandscapephotography
SettingsISO 100 45 mm f/11 1/160 sec
Camera Nikon D7500
Lens Nikon AF-S 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G
LocationGran Canaria

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Hey, @juliank YOUR PHOTOS ARE SIMPLY AMAZING, waaw bravo 👏 keep up the good work!Have a nice day.

Oh, I like this view:)

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The layers are beautiful!

wow such a nice photo you took

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great photo graphhy

How did you get the idea of the caption? It truly justify the pic and no other caption would be more suitable than this.

What an amazing landscape! I love all the layers.

Magnificent Shot! I love the mountain views anyways! :)

Wow, beautiful photos. I want to be able to do this myself one day. Thank you for sharing!