When is a landscape photograph not a landscape photograph?
There’s a debate amongst landscape photographers as to whether a landscape photograph with people in it is actually a landscape photograph at all. I must admit I hardly ever include people in my photographs, mainly because I want the landscape to tell the story of what it was like to be there at the time.
This image was an exception though. I think the boat really helps to tell the story of this photograph. Without the boat it is just an image on an (albeit very nice) rainbow. With the boat included it tells much more of the story of the day and you can start to imagine what it must have been like for the fishermen in that weather.
So is a photograph with people in it truly a landscape photograph? Is it travel photography? Does it even matter?
I’ll let you decide that for yourselves. Thanks for looking :-)