Images by Scott Helgeson, Barry Boulton, and Michael Quinn.
During my Arches digital photography workshop participants struggled with displaying the scale of an immense landscape. Often, they chose to include people in their images to indicate human scale for comparison. Sometimes, they included each other. On occasion, they included themselves.
Including people in their images had many consequences. New issues and concerns arose. Sometimes the people in their images were posed and sometimes they were not. Qualities shifted. Including people made their images seem less timeless and more contemporary.
How can including people or man-made artifacts in your photographs enhance them?
What other dimensions would this bring to your images?
Find out more about my Arches digital photography workshop.
Learn more in my digital photography workshops.