Landscape photography is an art; only an artist can arrange the different elements of in nature, without physically moving it, and compose it. A great landscape photograph is the one that shows the essence of the nature. Below are\u00a0 some amazing landscape photographs. Photo Credits: Dubdream\/Flickr Photo Credits: Evan Pratama Ludirdja\/1x Photo Credits: Marc Adamus\/1x Photo Credits: Matjaz Cater\/1x Photo Credits: Marc Adamus\/1x Photo Credits: Boris Frkovic\/500px Photo Credits: Vadim Dmitriyev\/500px Photo Credits: Vlad Lazy Photo Credits: James Puttick\/1x Photo Credits: Marc Adamus\/1x Photo Credits:Marc Adamus\/1x Photo Credits: Chris Moore\/1x Photo Credits: Javier Acosta Photo credits: Ilaria Massarelli Photo credits: Miles Morgan Photo Credits: Micheal Breitung Photo Credits: Ayie Permata Sari Photo Credits: Philippe Sainte - Laudy Some quick Landscape photography tips Time of the day: Quality of light is very important for taking good landscape photographs. Photographers shoot in early morning and late evening since the quality of light is good at that time. Shooting in mid-day or during harsh sunlight results washes out colors in the photographs. Depth of field: Use narrow apertures to ensure proper depth of field. A landscape photograph should be sharp throughout the scene. Use f numbers above f8. Composition: Use rule of thirds to compose your shots. If the foreground is important, keep it in the bottom 1\/3rd of the frame. And if the sky is important, frame it in the top 1\/3rd of the frame. Another important composition tip is scaling. Try to keep a human element to show the grandeur of the palace that you are shooting. If you are a beginner, I hope these tips will get you started. Do you take landscape photographs? We would love to see your work. Share your work in our Flickr group. NOTE:\u00a0All images displayed are protected by copyright. Their reproduction, even in part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.