Today, we discuss the only two essential lenses for landscape photography. One of the most common questions we hear has to do with which lenses and focal lengths are best for landscape photography and depending on who you ask you’ll probably receive a slightly different answer.
It really depends on an individual photographers personal style and what they enjoy photographing the most, but generally speaking the more common focal lengths for landscape photography are the 10-24mm, 16-35mm, 24-70mm, perhaps even the 24-105mm and the 70-200mm.
In this workshop, we want to share with you the only two lenses we have remaining after selling almost all of our camera gear over the last two years, why we decided to keep these two specific lenses, why we sold the rest, and why we now regret this decision.
Of the two remaining lenses we currently use for landscape photography, one will probably not come as a big surprise for many landscape and outdoor photographers, but the other is a bit less common.