Nature photography alludes to an extensive variety of photography taken outside and dedicated to showing regular components, for example scenes, natural life, plants, and close-ups of common scenes and surfaces.
Decorating with Landscape Photography can be a great choice for a multitude of reasons. One reason I like is subject matter. You can choose from so many different scenes in Landscape Photography and people will understand the scene and the subject immediately. If they don’t, then you can explain why you enjoy this location and why you choose to display it.
One of the great treasures of Landscape Photography is that you get to spend time outdoors enjoying nature. Take the time to explore the scene. Investigate all angles and really get to know your shoot. There are no short cuts to discovery, take your time to figure out what makes your scene unique and how you can present that in your photograph.
Landscape Photography is a sub-genre of Nature Photography and in most cases the subject of a landscape photography composition is a nature scene void of man and his affects on nature. If the photographer wishes to include man made influences such as a road or house surrounded by nature this would still be considered a landscape photograph.