Go wider with a panoramic frame
This pristine pano scene was shot in South Korea by pro Nathaniel Merz. “Daedunsan looks particularly beautiful covered in just the right amount of frost and snow,” he says. “I was lucky to catch it without footprints.” At first, Nathaniel was greeted by white-out conditions, but he waited for the fog to lift enough that the warm morning light could pour in and illuminate the tree. He used a 16-35mm lens for its wide view.