Articles tagged "landscape-photography"

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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

Opinion: Park vandals need to be stopped

It seems like only yesterday that a film crew walking across the Grand Prismatic Hot Springs was all over the media. With recent news of vandalism on the Oregon coast, landscape photographer Chris Williams has had enough. Read More

Interview: Landscape photography master Charlie Waite

As the deadline for the 2016 USA Landscape Photographer of the Year Award approaches, we spoke to founder Charlie Waite about his life and career, and his hopes for the contest. Learn more

6 tips for shooting fall color

The leaves are already starting to turn and the pumpkin beer is already flowing up here in the Pacific Northwest. We've put together a list of six tips to make shooting fall color that much more enjoyable! Read more

6 tips for better wildflower photos

Peak wildflower season attracts crowds of photographers, which can make it an overwhelming affair. We've got some tips to help you get amazing wildflower photos with as little stress as possible. Read more

8 creative tips for shooting waterfalls

Shooting waterfalls can be a tricky proposition, but with these helpful tips you'll be able to shoot stunning images of waterfalls in no time at all. Read more

Top tips for composing great landscapes

Getting the right composition for landscape photographs can be challenging. In this article, DPReview writer Chris Williams outlines some tips to make the process as painless as possible. Read more 

DPReview is partnering with USA Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016

USA Landscape Photographer of the Year was founded in 2013 by Charlie Waite, one of the world's most respected landscape photographers. This year, DPReview is partnering with the competition to create a new category - Read more

Vorticity: Time-lapse captures the drama of storm chasing

Mike Olbinski drove some 20,000 miles over the course of 18 days to put together one of the most compelling time-lapse videos we've seen in a long time. Read more

Put a stamp on it: The astrophotography of Matt Dieterich

What's the best way to get lots of people to see your photo? Get it on a postage stamp. Astrophotographer Matt Dieterich recently had this honor when one of his photos was selected for a stamp honoring the U.S. National Park Service. Read more

Dodging, burning... microwaving? A look inside Ansel Adams' darkroom

In a recent interview, Ansel Adams' son Michael gives a tour of his father's darkroom. While it's full of the traditional tools you might expect, Adams' darkroom and his printing techniques have a few unexpected touches. Read more

Road tripping through New South Wales, Australia

Photographer Jason Futrill has already spent three months of this year exploring Australia for various tourism marketing campaigns and social media channels. Based in Tasmania, Jason recently completed an eight-day road-trip from Sydney down to Bermagui, along the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales. Read more

Sand and sky: Photographing Morocco

Resource Travel Editor Michael Bonocore has been across the globe and back again to photograph exotic locations, but even he was unprepared for what he found in Morocco. Read more

Striking: Photos from a lightning hotspot in Venezuela

For landscape photographer and storm chaser Jonas Piontek, 'Lightning Capital of the World' Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela is practically paradise. Read more

Rice Hill: Shooting in Riisitunturi National Park

Summer is all but upon us in the Northern Hemisphere, but it's never too early to plan your winter photo trips. Veteran landscape shooter Erez Marom makes a strong case for heading to Finland. Read more

Go with the glow: How to effectively use Orton Layers in post processing

Have you ever wondered how some of the top landscape photographers achieve that dreamy yet sharp look? It's actually quite simple. In this article you will find a step-by-step guide to creating, refining and using the 'Orton layer' in your post processing workflow. Read more

Travels in China: Photographing the landscapes and people of Guilin and XiaPu

A seasoned travel photographer knows that there's hard work involved in getting the best photos from a trip. So when Ken Koskela arrived in China on a 17-day trip, he wasn't exactly planning on a relaxing vacation. Read more

Quick Look: Parallelism in Landscape Photography

Part of what can make an image both visually appealing and conceptually interesting is the connection between its different parts. An image is a whole made of different elements, which can either be separate or have a variety of relations between them. Seasoned landscape photographer Erez Marom takes a quick look at some examples of parallelism in action. Read more

Wonder of nature: Eight winning photos from the 9th International Garden Photographer of the Year competition

A photographer from the UK has collected £7500 along with the title International Garden Photographer of the Year as the results of the ninth competition have been announced. Richard Bloom took the first prize with a picture of a field of lupins he came across while in New Zealand in the summer of 2015. See his photo and other category winners here. Read more

Hell on Earth: Shooting in the Danakil Depression

Nature Photographer Erez Marom shares his experience shooting in the Danakil Depression in Ethiopia, one of the most inhospitable places on earth. In this article he explains why he was attracted to this region, why it is so challenging to shoot there, and how he went about creating images that he's proud of. Read more

Behind the Shot: Prince of the Night

Nature photographer Erez Marom discusses his experience shooting a series of images in a remote part of Patagonia, and the post-processing that went into the creation of the final product. Read more

£10,000 Landscape Photographer of the Year 2015 prize winner announced

A picture of the Dorset coastline on a snowy day has won a UK photographer the £10,000 top prize in the 'Take A View' competition. Andy Farrer, a professional photographer from Dorset, England, has become the ninth Landscape Photographer of the Year with his image of 'Bat's Head In The Snow’. Read more

Behind the Shot: Crystalline
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Nature photographer Erez Marom explains the process of creating his image 'Crystalline'. Originally shot in January 2014, the addition of new Photoshop processing tools lead him to revisit it and process it in a different way. Find out what he did and see the results. Read more

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