How to photograph Nature and Landscapes

Great tips for photographing nature and landscapes from National Geographic.

By National Geographic Staff
Published 1 Nov 2017, 09:17 GMT
Weddell Sea, Antarctica
Visiting the Weddell Sea—at the bottom of the world—requires a healthy sense of adventure. Most tourists arrive by ship from the tip of South America across the notoriously stormy Drake Passage. The payoff is a once-in-a-lifetime experience in a sea full of solitude, witnessing the shifting power of vast sheets of ice, as well as unspoiled wildlife on one of the most remote places on Earth—South Georgia Island, pictured here.
Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic Creative
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