Photo Of The Day By Tom Arnhold

by Ann de Bruyn

Photo By Tom Arnhold Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Fly Away” by Tom Arnhold. Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are feature...

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Long-Exposure Photos With No Costly ND Filters (VIDEO)

by John Stapel

We’ve all marveled at long-exposure landscape photos with soft feather-like clouds and cotton-candy water. The challenge when shooting during the day, is that light levels are usually too high to permit using the slow shutter speeds necessary, The typical approach is to mount a neutral density fi...

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Seeing For Science

by Ann de Bruyn

A scientist walks along the edge of a melt pond in the Arctic Ocean to take a water sample. My eye was immediately drawn to the strong landscape composition made by the ice “island” in the melt pond. I anticipated the scientist’s route and started shooting as she walked into the frame. Photo c...

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MASKS Made Easy: “Lightroom’s Most Powerful Tool” (VIDEO)

by John Stapel

If you’re a regular visitor to our website you know we frequently post shooting and editing tutorials from German landscape photographer Christian Mohrle. In the quick-and-easy episode below you’ll see how Lightroom’s Masking tools play a big part in his beautiful imagery. Mohrle is emphatic that...

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Your weekly photography challenge : Rope

by John Stapel

This week an object is our theme ‘Rope’ some sort of twine or rope. It’s a relatively easy thing to find and photograph, but can you make it interesting? Can you add interest to your photo by using shallow depth of field? Can you tell a story with your rope? My photos below were from a ‘Free Burma’...

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Issue 256

by Ann de Bruyn

On Landscape is part of Landscape Media Limited , a company registered in England and Wales . Registered Number: 07120795. Registered Office: 1, Clarke Hall Farm, Aberford Road, WF1 4AL This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out i...

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Photo Of The Day By Hi il Lee

by Ann de Bruyn

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Gorge River” by Hi il Lee. Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the website homep...

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Fashion Photography: 9 Tips and Techniques

by John Stapel

Looking to level up your fashion photography? You’ve come to the right place. As an experienced fashion photographer, I’ve spent years developing tricks and techniques for gorgeous images – and in this article, I share it all with you, including: The best way to light your fashion portrait...

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Photo Of The Day By Clayton Peoples

by Ann de Bruyn

Photo By Clayton Peoples Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Vivid Mountain Bliss” by Clayton Peoples. Location: Glacier National Park, Montana. “Cumulus clouds create drama over Two Medicine Lake in Glacier National Park,” describes Peoples. “This lake is already dramatically beautiful with the near...

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Storm Light In Landscape Photography

by Ann de Bruyn

Seek out dramatic light when an impending or waning storm occurs Text Photography By Russ Burden Updated June 20, 2022 As my photography evolved, it became more and more obvious that the most critical piece that dictates the success of a photo is the light. It grew so evident that it’...

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Marks of Conflict

by Ann de Bruyn

Paul Burgess A Kent based photographer, I have been exploring the landscape for many years, initially using film, but now I work is largely digital, although I revert to the view camera when time allows. Currently completing a photography degree course as a very mature student, which is forci...

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Macro Photography Assignment Winner Tim Nicol

by Ann de Bruyn

Congratulations to Tim Nicol for winning the recent Macro Photography Assignment with the image, “Calliope Portrait.” View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots! Winner: "C...

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10 Tips for Beautiful Smartphone Photography

by John Stapel

Did you know that you can capture beautiful images using only your smartphone? It’s true. And while smartphone photography might seem difficult, it’s actually pretty easy – once you know a few techniques. That’s where this article comes in handy; I’m going to share with you some simple tip...

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