I think I tried getting too much in the photo. Didn't want mountains in the background but cropping them didn't leave enough head room. Your thoughts.
There have been a number of stunning sunrises in the last few weeks, took time to stop on my early trip to work to take this shot. In the Strath Taieri area of Otago New Zealand.
I spent a week on the Lofoten Islands in September and spent quite a lot of time on the Uttakleiv beach.
We came back the second day for the sunrise, and I captured this shot with the camera very low, close to the water. I like the contrast between the steady mountains and the flowing water. Waiting for the sunlight to slowly...
Finally got 2 hours to myself to scope out a composition of a decent view. I very much consider myself an amateur and I learnt a whole lot with this picture and the mistakes I made. So I'm happy about that.
This shot was made last year when I made all the north coast of Spain. This spot is so amazing when you have this kind of myst. It was a lil bit hard to find a good composition, foerst ar not a easy subject for me. I need to walk and feel the forest to be inspired, and it take a lil bit of time. Do you have the same dificulty like me to shot...
As December rolls on, Autumn has finally come to an end here in Tokyo.
I usually try to get out at least 2 or 3 times a year to photograph the changing leaves, but due to a busy schedule, I only got out once, this year, with my wife and daughter. I didn't get any absolute showstoppers, but I got more than I had expected.
This image was taken on a trip I made to Slovenia recently. The conditions were great with the low hanging cloud/fog and the reflections on the water. When the sun peaked over the mountains on the right hand side it illuminated the scene beautifully. I´m quite happy with this image, what do you guys think?
More and more I find that my favorite photos from a session are coming from blue hour. I still love golden hour and sunsets but there is something about that last bit of light after the sun has gone down mixed with the beginnings of the night sky that I just love. Whats your favorite hour?
Located in the Otway Ranges in Melbourne, Australia, this is a little waterfall compare to the neighbouring waterfalls.
However the walk to this little gem feels like entering into another dimension.
You'll walk through overgrown blackberries track, cross a number of streams and crawling over mossy coated fallen trees to have this...
A smaller waterfall atop of Multnomah Falls. Tried using the rails from the overlook to help frame the scene. Comments appreciated.
A panorama of the mountains surrounding the Machu Picchu, covered in clouds as the rain season starts.
The picture is a false black and white. After adjusting the luminosity and contrasts, I converted the panorama in black and white, and then used the Color Balance adjustment in Photoshop to give it a more sepia tone, in order to...
On late November, Hoshitoge's rice paddies form clear "water mirrors" (mizukagami) that reflect the sky, while being shrouded by a sea of clouds on the right weather conditions.
Any comments or suggestions for improvement?
Post-processed in Lightroom and minor in Photoshop.
Right after the first snow of the season, a long exposure of a foggy lake with the mountains and clouds.