Articles tagged "landscape-photography"

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Photo of the week: Colors of the Arctic

Landscape photographer Erez Marom tells the story behind this beautiful, surreal looking photograph of a perfectly-reflected iceberg surrounded by sunset colors.

This interactive fall foliage prediction map helps photographers plan for the season

If you want to capture the perfect fall colors this autumn, you definitely want to check out SmokyMountains.com's interactive fall foliage prediction map.

Capturing the 'Cape': A beautiful piece of Iceland you probably haven't seen

Believe it or not, there is a piece of Iceland you probably haven't seen photographed ad nauseam. It's called the "Cape": a geological gem the likes of which I've never seen before or since.

Photo of the week: The Purple Hour

Erez Marom tells the story behind this magical snow-laden scene, captured in Myvatn, northern Iceland under the light of a full moon.

Photo of the week: Point of Transition

Erez Marom tells the story behind this beautiful photo of a Namibian Camel Thorn just being touched by the sunrise, in front of the massive sand dune.

Idaho in the spring: 9 must-shoot spots

It probably hasn't made your landscape photography bucket list just yet, but there's a good reason to visit Idaho. Here are 9 must-visit locations in this beautiful state.

Photo of the week: Torment
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Erez Marom tells the story behind this ominous photo of the sand 'reaching up' towards the mountains at Skagsanden beach in Norway. He calls this photo 'Torment.'

How to photograph the August eclipse, and why you probably shouldn’t try

Astronomy expert and photographer Dr. Tyler Nordgren thinks you should "see your first eclipse, photograph your second." But if you do plan on taking photos this August, here are a few tips from someone who's been there.

Photo of the week: Spires of the Arctic Night

Erez Marom tells the story behind this gorgeous sunrise photo of a spiky iceberg, captured in the waters of Greenland's Disko Bay.

Photo of the week: The Shining

Photographer Erez Marom shares the story behind his photograph 'The Shining,' an incredibly fortunate shot taken during a brief cloud break at sunset in Patagonia.

Photo of the week: Green Mamba

In a new weekly column on DPReview, photographer Erez Marom shares the story behind some of his favorite images. This week: photographing the northern lights from Norway's Lofoten Islands.

Ignite your wanderlust with these photos from all U.S. national parks

What're your goals for next year? Photographer Jonathan Irish visited and photographed all 59 national parks in 13 months. And his photographs are gorgeous.

Mike Olbinski releases stunning sunset time-lapse featuring unusual cloud formations

We know, we know, another day, another weather time-lapse. But you won't regret devoting a minute of your time to watching this one.

Photographer who is going blind keeps shooting despite challenges

Norwegian landscape photographer Thomas Berger is losing his sight to diabetes, but is still in pursuit of the perfect image.

Seeing swatches in the real world

Andrea Antoni, an Italian graphic designer, has modified the colors of real landscapes to more perfectly match Pantone swatches that he photographs; 'The images reflect the way I see the world,' he says.

From the forums: Starry skies time-lapse

A DPReview regular created this beautiful time-lapse from night skies all over, from the Norwegian Tundra to the Upper Himalayan Desert.

Wider than wide: A landscape photographer's thoughts on the Canon 11-24mm

In this article, landscape photographer Erez Marom explains how his recent acquisition of a Canon EF 11-24mm F4L USM has changed the way he shoots. Read more

Is full-time landscape photography for you?

Landscape photographer Erin Babnik has the low-down on what it takes to make your passion a career - there's more to it than you might expect.

In praise of shooting monochrome landscapes

In an age of wide color gamut displays and HDR-everything, DPR regular Nicolas Alexander Otto urges his fellow landscape shooters to embrace shooting in black-and-white. Here are a few reasons why he embraces monochrome for landscape work. Read more

Visiting the 'Niagara of the West': Idaho's Shoshone Falls

Shoshone Falls probably doesn't come up with you think of waterfalls in the U.S. Turns out that it's even taller than the more famous Niagara Falls, and equally spectacular. Photographer Michael Bonocore shares tips and some beautiful sunset photos from this amazing place. Read more

Photogenic Death Valley salt flats damaged by driver who abandoned van

An abandoned van found on Death Valley National Park's protected salt flats has been towed away, but tracks remain – and may be there for years. Read more

Capturing the unseen: Sam Forencich's Invisible Oregon

Experimenting with fresh approaches to photographing his home state led Sam Forencich to infrared. Thus, his recent time-lapse Invisible Oregon was born. Read more

All dressed up: the photography of Emily Dickey and Dustin LeFevre

In addition to traditional landscapes, Emily Dickey and Dustin LeFevre photograph self portraits in formalwear at the remote locations they seek out. Read more

This video is great reminder why you should follow posted signs in National Parks

The lava flow at 61G Ocean Entry is impressive, but mother nature just issued a subtle reminder why photographers should always stay in designated viewing areas. Read more

Stunning time-lapse captures the seasons of Norway

The footage captured in this time-lapse shot in Norway is absolutely captivating. Morten Rustad travelled some 20,000km to put it together and it was certainly worth the effort. Read more

Pulitzer-prize winning photographer Jack Dykinga reflects on his career

Photographer Jack Dykinga's career has spanned many decades, and over the course of years his focus turned from straight photojournalism to fine art photography. A new book and a recent interview with Resource Travel offer some insights into his journey. Read more

Applying color theory to landscape photography

Color theory can be a very complex, but useful subject when applied to modern landscape photography. Ted Gore has written an excellent piece on color theory that helps outline its use in landscape photography today. Read more

Landscape shooter Lisa Bettany shares her story of healing through photography

Travel photographer Lisa Bettany's journey into photography literally began one step at a time as she recovered from a traumatic back injury. Read more

This time-lapse captures the awe-inspiring power of lava flowing into the ocean

Landscape photographer Jack Fusco contended with rainy weather, logistical challenges and unexpectedly long hikes to put together this lava flow time-lapse. We think it was worth the trouble. Read more

Filmmakers who walked on Grand Prismatic in Yellowstone get jail time and fines

Last year, four Canadian filmmakers were arrested after photos and a video were published showing them walking on off-limits geothermal features in Yellowstone National Park. Three of them pleaded guilty and will receive fines, community service and a little jail time. Read more

Take flight over Australia: aerial photos by Scott McCook

Australian photographer Scott McCook gives us some insight into how he goes about capturing amazing aerial scenes. Read more

Shooting the moon: behind the shot with Peter Alessandria

DPReview community member and award-winning photographer Peter Alessandria shares his secrets behind his incredible moon photos. Read more

Pulse: Extreme weather in black and white

Mike Olbinski has wowed us many times over the past year with his storm chasing footage, but this time he put a black and white spin on it. Read more 

Fog waves: photographer Nick Steinberg captures nature in motion

Photographer Nick Steinberg goes above the clouds to capture some incredible images of the dense fog that inundates the San Francisco Bay area in California. Read more

2016 DPReview Readers' Best Shots: Places

We've got a lot of very talented readers that contribute to our site, and picking our favorite images submitted to the 'Places' category was no easy task. Read more

Chris' Gear of the Year part two: Canon 16-35mm F2.8L III

This lens was just too good to pass up as a Gear of the Year nominee, so our resident landscape shooter Chris decided to add the Canon 16-35mm F2.8L III to his list of picks. Read more

Sigma 12-24mm F4 DG HSM Art Lens Review

The Sigma 12-24mm F4 comes at a fraction of the cost of the Canon 11-24mm F4L, but the real question is: can it match its performance? Read more 

Great heights: Tim Kemple's aerial mountain photography

Adventure photographer Tim Kemple has made a project of photographing some of the world's tallest peaks from high-altitude planes and helicopters. Read more

Adobe SkyReplace promises to make swapping skies a breeze

Adobe has announced the development of a new technology that can automatically swap out the sky in your image, and claims to make it look realistic in the process. Read more

The filmmakers who took a stroll on Yellowstone's Grand Prismatic are facing jail time

Three of the four Canadian filmmakers who were caught roaming onto Yellowstone's Grand Prismatic hot spring have pled not guilty to charges of foot travel in a thermal area and disorderly conduct. Read more

Mount a Canon 5D Mark III to a custom drone and capture the beauty of nature

Mount a Canon EOS 5D Mark III to a heavy duty, custom-built drone and you can capture some incredible footage. See video

Announcing the winners of USA Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016

Thousands entered the 2016 USA Landscape Photographer of the Year competition – take a look at the category and youth winners here. Learn more

Starling vortex wins £10,000 Landscape Photographer of the Year prize

The winners of the 2016 Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year competition have been announced, with a shot of a flock of starlings flying in front of Brighton Pier taking the top prize. Read more

Monsoon III: Time-lapse captures the raw power of a monsoon

Mike Olbinski chased the monsoons in the desert Southwest over the course of 36 days to put this amazing time-lapse film together. See more

Winter is Coming: Here are some tips on what and where to shoot when it gets cold

Winter is coming, but that doesn't mean that you have to hang up your photography gear and head for warmer weather. Here are some tips on what and where to shoot when it gets cold. Read more

Behind the Shot: The Shadow Towers

In the latest in his series of 'Behind the Shot' articles, landscape photographer Erez Marom takes us deep into Patagonia, and explains how he captured a nighttime view of the Torres Del Paine. Read more

The Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park marred by vandals

Vandals appear to have struck the Racetrack in Death Valley National Park, carving tire tracks into the playa and perhaps permanently altering the landscape. Read More

Winning images from the Weather Channel's 2016 It's Amazing Out There contest

A selection of winning entries to the Weather Channel's annual photo contest celebrate the wild world around us. See gallery

Pre-Visualization: Ansel's views on what made his images so special

Continuing his interview series with Ansel Adam's son, Michael, Marc Silber visits Ansel's home to learn about his workshops, teaching style and more. See video

One week left to enter the USA Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition!

There's just a week left to enter the 2016 USA Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, with a top prize of $15,000. Read more

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