In the vast majority of my photos, I aim for one specific thing during editing.
Articles written by Mads Peter Iversen
Fact is we are nothing but brains absorbing the necessary information around, which is needed to survive. Did you know that something as fundamental as colors are as much a cultural phenomenon as everything else?
I do not adhere to a certain style and that gives me a lot of freedom.
Returning to the same location repeatedly can yield some very different outcomes. Here I go through three years of photos from the same perspective.
I once was told the worst reason for liking a piece of art was for its beauty. I disagree.
Have you ever gone to the top of a mountain covered by a glacier during the night to fly a drone? That is just one of the personal projects by Ozzo Photography. Here, you can read an interview and see how the fantastic experience turned out.
Iceland is still one of the most popular destinations for landscape photography, and here, you can see why. However, remember the inner journey is the most important!
When you get beyond shutter speed, f-stop, ISO, and the other settings that distracts you from focusing on the photograph, there is a “next step” in all photographers' journeys.
We have all heard photographers claiming photography is art, but what is art really? Moreover, who has the right to define it in the first place?
I use long exposures more often than not in my landscape photography, and I have done so for more than three years. Here, I share some tips on how to do it, but most importantly, why I do it.
Composition is the most important part of how you design your photo. It cannot be understated how important it is for a good viewer experience. These three tips should help you on your way.
The wide-angle lens is often the main lens of the landscape photographer, but it can be hard to use.
The amount of money a photographer spends on tripods throughout their career can add up to a substantial amount. You might want to get it right the first time.
Have you ever heard someone say they do not want to go to Iceland because it is over-photographed and too mainstream?
The Northern Lights are a spectacle like no other. Photographing them is a dance between you, your camera, and lady aurora.
The Orton effect is a popular effect in many other genres than landscape photography. It is used to soften the images with a slight glow, which can give a beautiful dreamy effect. However, I do see one mistake repeated again and again.
Raise shadows and decrease highlights. This is how many photographers start their post processing workflow. Sadly, this often leads to an unintentional mistake.
The new Nikon mirrorless cameras have been announced and with that comes all the opinions on who these cameras are for. Should professionals use these cameras?
It is no secret that “bad” weather provides great opportunities for moody, dramatic and atmospheric landscape photos. In this article, I will share a few important tips for photographing in such weather.
Coming unprepared to one of the most epic landscape photography locations in Europe is not a good idea. It will make you rely on a combination of gut feeling and luck.