As a photographer, are there some ideas you hold on to simply because they are considered common knowledge? What if some of these some of these common ideas are just myths? This article on Fstoppers explores some popular ideas that may be holding you back from producing your best work, particularly in landscape photography.
According to Alex Cooke, the general idea that the quality of your shot is dependent on the location is not necessarily true. In fact, he argues that working at “normal” locations could even help you improve your photography skills. Also included in the article is a video by Nigel Danson, where he discusses several other myths surrounding landscape photography and how not to allow them stop you from achieving your maximum potential.