Random people

As a travel and landscape fine art photographer, I often select vistas sans people. The mystique of a private beach or view from a mountain peak above clouds invites us to imagine ourselves in such places. There are occasions in which random people doing random things can enhance travel and landscape photography. They have a similar affect that "extras" have in movies. I found this to be true during my recent visit to the Pacific Northwest. People help reveal the true size of rocks, trees, or waves. Their presence can create dimension especially when walking from the foreground to the background or vice-versa. The random activities of people enjoying the outdoors is the best part of enjoying the moments, behind the lens, with them.




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