What do you think about intimate landscape photography and finding details in bad weather conditions?
Just a shot from a river in switzerland finding it's way down. Really fell in love with the symmetry of the streams in this long exposure. What do you think?
First things first: I am new here. Lately I was photographing more and more, and now was the first time I got up in the morning hours for landscape shots. My problem: I am sometimes unsure about the post processing. I would love to get some feedback on the processing of these images. Haven't done much, but could I do more? Or even less?
Hi team. I added a bit of contrast. I think the darkness adds drama... but is it false?. I'm looking for your thoughts please.
An image from a high ridgeline near Broken Hand Peak in The Sangre De Cristo's of Colorado looking at Crestone Needle for Sunrise. I am looking to print this at 24" x 48", and figured I would get opinions before doing so. Thanks!
This is one of the most scenic waterfalls I've seen in Bali. Very quiet location with only a couple of other people around.
This year we had an amazing superbloom- California poppies (orange), yellow flowers, and violet. I did take some shots in color as one would expect, but thought I would do some in B&W to see what I could capture. Prior to the 1930s, most people had no choice but to use B&W. Let me know what you think.
There are more here,...
Milky way in bollon NSW Australia
this is a panorama of 6 photos
each 20 seconds long
all CC apreciated
An assortment of landscape/travel shots that I neglected to post. Would love some feedback!
On this summer evening our main plan was to shoot the night sky, but off course my photo buddy and i didn’t want to miss out on the sunset either. Rushed by the clock we went to this isolated windmill just in time to see the sun set. At first there weren’t any strong compositions to be found until my eye spotted these magnificent purple...
The autumn is here, and it is more importen than ever to always bring your camera when out walking, hiking or driving. The nature bring forward beautiful colors and light, so this is in my opinion the most fascinating time of the year for nature and landscape photo.
These images were taken in Mukilteo, WA, USA during cloudy afternoon.
Which one is more interesting?
I spent a few days working near this wonderful beach in the North Island of New Zealand. I had scoped out this scene two nights before but the following morning it was very cloudy, however the next morning I ventured out early and was greeted by this sunrise.
I took this shot on a recent trip to southern Portugal. I love the original, and was very happy with the light and the end result, but there wasn't a lot of interest in the sky. I'm not big on sky replacements in general and usually work with single frames, but after I had to do some exposure blending on another shot, I figured I'd go back and...
I have found myself looking at this amazing sunset, with no particular leading lines - but still an amazing vista. However, after 2 years of shooting landscape - and plenty of sunsets, I am a bit tired of seeing blood red and blue, sickly orange skies. I have settled on this lovely colour grading. Let me know what you think.
Autumn is light, fogs, colours, combination of cold and warm tones, amazingly changing conditions, dynamic weather... All of these I finally was able to observe and shoot yesterday. I had free morning so I went to the nearest known location with nice view over rural areas of Trondheim near Bosberg, Norway.
I had like an hour of great...
One of the many landscapes that Tuscany offers us during a winter sunset.
It is a composition of three horizontal shots to create a panoramic view of the landscape.
In this place was shot a scene from the movie "The Gladiator".
I just started on this great hobby, and from what I have seen so far, I'm light years from anyone on this site. But I try to upload one of the images that i like the most so far. I like these kind of images, when you guys take them, and wanted to "copy" that style and expression. Is this shit, or am I on the right path?