Photographers that want to add a touch of energy to their landscape photographs might consider adding the human element. What do I mean by this? It's simple. Instead of just photographing a landscape, add the human figure into the composition to give it something living, breathing, and full of life!
Henri Cartier-Bresson was famous for using this method in a lot of his photographs. In fact, he has an entire book dedicated to Landscape photography that highlights this technique quite well. I own the hardcover copy, and it's somewhat pricey, but it's worth every dime.
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