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7 Simple Ways to Improve your Seascape Photography | Landscape Photography Tips

One of my favourite styles of photography is seascapes. With 85% of the Australian population living within 50km of the coast, most of us have grown up with an appreciation of the coast and hanging out on the beach is part of our lifestyle. So as an Australian landscape photographer, seascapes make up a large portion of the scenes I shoot.

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I love shooting seascapes, for a few reasons:

1. They are exciting with lots of elements to shoot and compositions to find
2. Whenever you go down to the beach, there’s something different to shoot changes with the seasons and the tides
3. They can be one of the most challenging scenes to capture because of the ever-changing conditions.

Because they are so challenging, seascapes are a great way to try different things and hone your skills as a photographer. Shooting seascape can be very rewarding. Because of the conditions, you can also get some fantastic images.

So in the video, I’m run through 7 tips to improve your seascape photography.

These are going to be general tips that you can use in most seascape situations, but keep in mind that each location is unique and requires you to assess the best settings and composition to capture your vision for each scene.

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