The Viewfinder Within Two masters of landscape photography share their inspiring secrets for honing your creative vision. By Eric Rudolph December 17, 2008 How To SHARE Clyde-Butcher Clyde Butcher Rodney-Lough-Jr.-shot-this-evocative-landscape-in Rodney Lough Jr. shot this evocative landscape in summertime at Yellowstone National Park, WY. He used an Arca Swiss 8×10 F-line view camera with Fujinon 30mm lens and Fujichrome Velvia Professional film. Rodney-Lough-Jr Rodney Lough Jr. Lough-came-upon-this-scene-in-Glacier-National-Par Lough came upon this scene in Glacier National Park, MT, while hiking. He returned at dawn with his 8×10 camera and 150mm Schneider lens. Film: Fujichrome Astia 100F. How to MORE TO READ RELATED It’s not simply wide-angle distortion making this photo of the Bidens and the Carters look weird A recent viral photo of the president presents an opportune time to talk about perspective distortion. READ NOW RELATED Cold weather is the best time for night sky photography and starscapes Grab your coat and your camera, then head... RELATED Take better pictures by thinking like an old-school photographer Make every shot count.