I know this is not what one would call a landscape, but I couldn't think of another group to post it to. Anyway here it is:
Greatings from Portugal, what do you think about this photo? No HDR, no blendig, just one simple RAW shot .
These are two pictures from the past summer that I like quite a bit but am not sure if it is only because I was there and have an associated memory to go along with them. Friends and family aren't much help as they like everything, so some CC is welcome (My day job is high school principal so I don't think there is anything that you could say...
Another photo from one of my tours in Africa. I took the photo from a wooden boat on Lake Tanganyika in west Tanzania. This was the beginning of an 20 hour long journey on the lake with the final destination to be Mahale Mountains National Park.
I was intrigued by the sunlight among the palm trees on the shore and the...
Thanks for the feedback on my last post. Here is another i'd like feedback on please.
Snow on Mount Charleston (11,900 feet). Photo was taken from the 5,000 foot elevation, about 10 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
Single photo, No HDR, No image blending. I went to the beach after days of heavy rain down here in Brighton and was lucky enough to catch those amazing clouds.
Hi, I'm new to Fstoppers community but have been enjoying the Youtube videos for many months now. I'd like to get some honest, critical feedback on my images. This one was taken yesterday morning during a brief break in the snowstorm.
The view from my wife's Parents house! Utuado P.R!!!! Puerto Rico is a beautiful Island to photograph i recomend it to everyone!
This is a Panorama I took from my wife's Parents house. It's called "El Cemi" :)
Critiques are welcome :)
Would love some thoughts on these pics :) Everything counts!
Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park which is about 1 1/2 hour drive from Las Vegas.
This is a panorama I took from Baranquitas Puerto Rico! I am from Puerto Rico.
I used my Sony a6000 with the 16-35mm Kit lens.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated
Spend the holidays in Squamish BC. We got an unusual amount of snow this winter so naturally I took advantage. Went out early one day and was fortunate enough to come across a gorgeous heron relaxing during a morning snowfall. He let me get quite close:)
I got up at 4am the other morning to head out to bamford edge and ladybower reservoir for some sunrise and long exposure shots. It was a mega hike in the dark and mud but I feel what I got was worth the trip. What do you guys think???