Don’t think that land­scapes can only be shot with a wide lens, al­ways pack your tele­photo zoom on your trips too!

Photo Plus - - Water -

09 MOUN­TAIN SCENERY is hard to beat, es­pe­cially in au­tumn with the colour­ful trees and high-alti­tude lakes, as th­ese two im­ages across Lake Sils, in Up­per En­gadin, Switzer­land, il­lus­trate. Al­ways look for both wide and tight com­po­si­tions, and whether you’re us­ing a wide-an­gle or tele­photo lens, set a nar­row aper­ture and use a tri­pod to cap­ture the scene nice and sharp from front to back! The top im­age above was shot with a Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8l II USM lens, with an ex­po­sure of 1/6 sec, f/22, ISO100. The bot­tom im­age was shot shortly af­ter with a Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6l IS USM at 1/30 sec, f/18 and ISO100.



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