I'm not sure if you're referring to the many grand vistas of Great Britain, but if so, it's a good point. Considering how many landscape photographers there are to each county (I won't make the rat analogy, but search 'Derbyshire landscape photographer' for example) and how many 'views' each county affords, it seems to me that those who are really successful have found a niche within a niche. Or simply, you have to better everyone else and beat them to the sunrise.
Originally Posted by JBrunner
I really don't think it's possible to make a living from it unless you're leading several workshops a week - an inevitability of the job it would seem. This is how Joe Cornish and David Ward make part of their living and they're selling more prints than anyone else, as well as publishing books. But from the great amount of time I've spent looking at landscape work, I've come to the conclusion that it's more business than simply being at one with the elements.
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