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      1. Yes…maybe if one doesn’t take into account all of the unseen elements … just a few for example, patience, appreciation, planning, gratitude, seeing, openness…and the list goes on and on.

        1. Agreed, there is indeed a lot more that goes into the making of an image, but with landscapes in particular I think the single most important is actually being there. More specifically, being there at the right time. Many times I’ve had people with very expensive cameras ask me, “why aren’t my photos any good?” The answer is almost always that they weren’t there at the right time. A person can have the best gear in the world, know every single setting there is, have an outstanding eye for composition, yet, if they continue to sleep in, not bothering to show up until hours after the best light has faded, they’ve handicapped themselves right from the start.

          If I’ve said it once I’ve said it a thousand times, 50%(or more) of good landscape photography is simply being there when Mother Nature is showing off.

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