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Fall Landscape Photography


Cameras, lenses and accessories to help you
capture incredible landscape photos

Landscape Photography Gear Guide

Day or night, in any place, in any season, the opportunities for landscape photography are boundless. It’s no wonder so many of us are called to capture and share these places and moments through photography.

Find the best camera, lenses and supporting accessories to capture your vision.

Rocky mountains in the background and flowers in the foreground


Wide-angle lenses allow you to capture a broader field of view. They add drama and depth to your images, which make them ideal for landscapes, helping to emphasize the foreground while still capturing the background.

A wide-angle prime lens like a 20mm or 24mm can be excellent for landscapes.

A high-quality wide-angle zoom lens like a 16-35mm or 10-24mm can offer versatility, allowing you to adjust the composition without changing lenses.


DSLR or mirrorless cameras with larger, full-frame sensors for capturing photos in situations like early morning scenes of fogbanks sunk low in valleys, cathedral-like forests, vast open prairies or sparkling city skylines. A camera with a higher megapixel count and good dynamic range will provide more detail and depth in your landscape photos.

Turn your landscape photography into wall art with Henry's Photo Centre
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Turn your photos into fine art!

Print your landscape photos on canvas, aluminum or wood. Henry’s Photo Centre offers a wide range of printing options to suit your artistic expression.

Filters and Other Accessories

Complete your kit and take your photos to the next level.

Waterfall in a forest
  • Keep your camera steady with a sturdy tripod, especially important when shooting longer exposures

  • Circular polarizer filters reduce reflections and enhance colours, especially in skies and water. Clouds become more defined. Water becomes more transparent.

  • Graduated Neutral Density (ND) Filters help balance the exposure between the bright sky and darker foreground, preventing overexposed or underexposed areas in your photos.

Other accessories essential for landscape photography include a remote shutter release or timer, a backpack or camera bag and a lens cleaning kit. Don’t forget spare batteries and memory cards!

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Additional Information

We’ve found a few resources that you might find helpful as you explore your options:

Close up of long, yellowing grasses with a beach in the background

Elevate Your Landscapes

Lighting, composition and subject tips and inspiration for any season! Read 4 Tips To Elevate Your Landscape Photos This Summer

Photo by Wesley Overklift

The Five Proven and Easy Tips to Improve Your Beginner Landscape Photography on Henry's Blog

Getting Started

A seasoned pro shares tips to help out beginners in The Five Proven and Easy Tips to Improve Your Beginner Landscape Photography

Photo by Josh McCabe

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Extreme Adventures

Do you dream of long photo expeditions to remote locations? Dive into Extreme Landscape Photography: A Survival Guide

For more articles about Landscape Photography, visit Henry’s Blog.

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