Why You Should Only Use Two Lenses For Landscape Photography

When I first started out in landscape photography, I wanted to get my hands on as many lenses as possible. I was definitely lens greedy. 

So, I tested lenses, I bought lenses, and I carried a lot of lenses with me. 

But, I still didn't like my photography as much as I thought I would. 

Then I decided to simplify exponentially.

Once I reduced the amount of lenses I shot with to just two, I realized that my photography was way better!

Why? 

Because my photos were more thoughtful for the subject of the image.

That's why I believe you should only use two lenses for landscape photography. 

Even if you don't want to get rid of your other lenses, just try this out. I truly believe you will achieve great results.

And, hey, if you decide to get rid of your extra lenses, sell them! That's extra cash in your pocket!

In this video, I'll explain further why you should only use two lenses for landscape photography, plus I'll tell you which two I recommend using. 

Want to get your hands on these two lenses? Here are the links:

Rokinon 12mm f/2

Sony 70-200 f/4

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