Born and raised in Norway, my opinion might be slightly biased but winter is my favorite season for photography. Sure, it’s a cold and harsh season but there are so many opportunities to capture beautiful winter landscape images both during the day and night. Show More Summary
An ultrawide angle lens is often the best friend of a landscape photographer. But sometimes it can be advantageous to take a slightly different approach. In this video, photographer Nigel Danson shows the benefits of shooting landscapes with a 70-200mm f/2.8 in the beautiful landscape of Scotland’s Glencoe. Show More Summary
I don’t really shoot all that many landscapes, but I do shoot in landscape locations a lot. I photograph people in them. Being based in the UK, my biggest issue with location work, as much as I love it, is the weather. Specifically, the bad version. Show More Summary
One of the windiest nights I’ve ever taken pictures turned into perhaps the single most rewarding — and frightening — landscape photography experience of my life. I was on the Mesquite Sand Dunes in Death Valley, a place I had visited twice in the past, though under much tamer conditions. Show More Summary
More than 1,300 professional and amateur photographers from around the globe entered their stunning landscape images into the 2017 Epson International Pano Awards.
In the last few years we’ve seen a huge rise in popularity of drones, especially camera drones. Both the UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) and the camera industry have reached a level of technological progress that has enabled companies to produce consumer-affordable camera drones on a massive scale. The post Intro to Drone Landscape Photography appeared first on Loaded Landscapes.
I’ve wondered for a long time what it means to be an ethical landscape photographer. Sure, this field isn’t known for its wide-reaching moral dilemmas or particularly sticky situations, but the question still deserves attention. As landscape...Show More Summary
Karina and Amir are a couple based in Vancouver that specialize in landscape photography. Get to know more about them, their lives and work as a photographic team in this interview, and I'm sure you'll pick up some inspiration from their...Show More Summary
Scotland, the northernmost country in the United Kingdom, features an amazing landscape that is perfect for photography. The mainland and many surrounding islands offer rugged coastline, mountains, lakes/lochs, waterfalls, and plenty of stunning views. The post The Best Places to Photograph in Scotland appeared first on Loaded Landscapes.
Researching and scouting locations is critical to success as a landscape photographer. You don't have to go to iconic destinations to get great photos, but you do need to know the ins and outs of the locations that you are shooting. The post 7 Sites and Apps for Researching and Scouting Photography Locations appeared first on Loaded Landscapes.
Landscape photography is a popular genre, but it can be hard to do it really well. If you want to take your landscape images to the next level – try shooting some in black and white! There is some help here if you need it: Video Tutorial...Show More Summary
I recently had the opportunity to interview Michael Breitung, a landscape photographer from Germany. You may be familiar with Michael's YouTube channel where he shares tutorials and tips from his photography trips in various parts of the world. The post Interview with Michael Breitung appeared first on Loaded Landscapes.
There are many tools that photographers use for creating compelling landscape photography, but some fail to realize that light is the most important element. We only shoot in those magic hours when the sun’s rays hit our subject at an angle to create a warm glow. Show More Summary
Pratap J is a landscape and travel photographer from India and he recently agreed to participate in an interview. In addition to his own photography outings, Pratap also manages a photo blog and leads photography workshops and tours. Show More Summary
Landscape photography is arguably the first form of photography, literally. At some point around 1826, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce made an exposure on a bitumen covered pewter plate from his upstairs work room. The resulting image wouldShow More Summary
The right use of color can help to present your composition in a visually appealing manner. It can also have a dramatic impact on how you, and others, view the image. The colors in an image can help to convey emotion, set a scene, or...Show More Summary
For most landscape photographers, few things are as exciting as the prospect of a trip to a new destination. The chance to capture images of a different location is something that we look forward to! But when it comes to packing your...Show More Summary
Like every other genre, landscape photography has plenty of challenges. In this video, photographer Toma Bonciu shares three challenges specific for landscape photography – yet we may not think about them. While we worry about the gear,...Show More Summary
Landscape photography means different things to different people. For some it’s about recording a memory of where they’ve been. For others it’s about discovery, and documenting the places they find. And then there’s those that turn up at the same location at 4am every morning for six months waiting for that perfect sunrise. Show More Summary
Remote Scottish Postboxes is Martin Parr?s first major contribution to landscape photography. Published here for the first time, the photographs in this new book were taken between 2004 ? 2010 on the Scottish mainland and outlying islands of Orkney, Shetland, Barra, Lewis and Islay. Show More Summary