From a technical standpoint, landscape photography really shouldn’t be too much of a challenge. With only a few simple steps in the overall technique, most of us should be well on our way to shooting incredible landscape photos in no time. In practice though, without much experience in landscape photography, our results can be less than pleasing. The most common technical problems that I see are issues with exposure, focus, depth of field and even something as simple as keeping the camera level when shooting. Technical problems are usually easy to fix with just a little knowledge and some thinking prior to taking the shot. Broader considerations such as composition and light are things that are usually learned mostly by way of experience and perhaps a little guidance.