Articles tagged "landscape-photography"

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Interview: Photographer Cath Simard talks about developing your own personal style

Cath Simard makes a living shooting for major brands and teaching others her techniques at workshops around the globe. Here is her story and how she developed her own distinctive style of photography.

Watch 'My Friends Were Mountaineers', a film about photographer Dee Molenaar

Dee Molenaar, a photographer, artist and icon in the Pacific Northwest mountaineering community passed away recently at the age of 101. Filmmaker and DPReview collaborator Eric Becker spent some time with Dee and his children before he died, and created a short film about Dee’s inspirational life. Watch it exclusively here.

The importance of emotion in landscape photography

Have you ever looked at a photo and imagined yourself in that location? Has that image triggered an emotion? Emotion and art go hand in hand, but how important is it in landscape photography?

Landscape photography with a drone: disadvantages and limitations part 2

For all of their advantages, drones have another key weakness: they're quite easy to lose. Here are some common pitfalls that might bring your drone to an untimely end – and how you can avoid them.

Landscape photography with a drone: disadvantages and limitations part 1

Despite all of their incredible advantages, there are some situations in which a drone simply can't get the job done. Here are the limitations to consider if you're thinking about getting into drone photography.

Landscape photography with a drone: the advantages - part 3

Beyond the advantages of cost and availability, a drone presents the landscape photographer with another key advantage: a complete lack of fear in the face of danger.

Landscape photography with a drone: the advantages - part 2

Compared to the costs and limitations of photographing from a manned aircraft, using a drone to shoot landscapes is infinitely more flexible – and a fraction of the price.

Landscape photography with a drone: the advantages - part 1

Want to shoot flowing lava without burning your ears off? Can't walk on water? Can't breathe toxic fumes? Drones can get shots that simply aren't achievable in any other way.

Landscape photography with a drone: Gear basics

In the first part of his series, landscape photographer Erez Marom starts with the very basics of drone photography – namely, what a drone is and how it works.

Carpe Lux: The otherworldly nighttime landscapes of Reuben Wu

Reuben Wu's ethereal landscapes are lit by drone-mounted light sources rather than the sun or the moon. We talked with him about his process, the equipment he uses and what inspires him.

Widen your window: a message to landscape photographers

In this article, travel and landscape photographer Mitch Green encourages us to spend more time in the the field.

Video: Shooting landscapes on the Fujifilm GFX 50R with Nigel Danson

Photographer Nigel Danson recently had a chance to use the new Fujifilm GFX 50R for one of his landscape shoots. In this video, he shares his thoughts on the benefits and challenges of using a medium format camera like the GFX 50R for his work.

Desert Oddity: Shooting Under Rare Conditions in Namibia

Wildlife and landscape photographer Erez Marom has been to Namibia several times, but nothing could prepare him for the conditions he witnessed on his most recent visit.

Shooting Greenland in Winter: Part 2 - The Better Part of Winter

In Part 2 of his series on shooting Greenland, landscape photographer Erez Marom is treated to some gorgeous winter weather, and a spectacular display of the aurora borealis over Uummannaq.

Shooting Greenland in Winter: Part 1 - Uummannaq Whiteout

In Part 1 of his series on photographing Greenland in winter, landscape photographer Erez Marom shares the freezing details of his arrival on the town of Uummannaq where the temperature was -25°C. Still, he went out shooting.

Photo story of the week: Flowing under a solar storm

Erez Marom shares the details behind this beautiful aurora photograph, captured on Haukland Beach in the Lofoten Islands, Arctic Norway, on a moonless evening.

The Broccoli Tree and the dangers of sharing photos of the places you love online

As photographers, we often share photos of our favorite locations, landscapes, and landmarks online. But what if your photos ultimately led to the destruction of those locations, landscapes, and landmarks? For one photographer in Sweden, that's exactly what happened.

How two photographers captured the same millisecond in time

After being accused of stealing one another's photo, Ron Risman and Eric Gendron, both from New England, learned that they had captured the exact same millisecond in time, from the same location, using different cameras, to create virtually identical images.

Landscape photography: Don't miss the moment for the photo

Photographer Mitch Green penned this op-ed to remind landscape photographers that their art is about a lot more than the pixels they capture. In the pursuit of timeless photography, don't miss the moment for the photo.

Tourists are destroying New Zealand's iconic Lake Wanaka tree for Instagram photos

The tree lost a limb during the holidays last year, prompting the local government to put up signs. But if Instagrammers won't keep their distance, the tree might have to be protected with fencing.

Shooting Kīlauea Volcano, Part 4: From a helicopter

In part four of his series on shooting lava flows in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, landscape photographer Erez Marom shares his experience shooting lava flows from a helicopter—an expensive experience worth every. single. penny.

Canon defends embarrassing photo sharing gaff, photographer fires back

Yesterday, Canon Italy and Canon Spain accidentally shared a composite photo that contained stolen elements shot with a Fujifilm camera. Today, in a response on social media, the company somehow managed to make things worse.

Shooting Kīlauea Volcano, Part 3: At Sea

In part three of his series on shooting lava flows in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, landscape photographer Erez Marom shares his experience shooting lava flows from a boat—an incredible, and incredibly challenging, experience.

Idaho gets the first International Dark-Sky Reserve in the United States

It took 20 years of policy and hard work by Idaho residents, businesses, and officials, but the Central Idaho Dark-Sky Reserve is finally a reality. It is the first International Dark Sky Reserve in the US, joining 11 others around the globe.

Photo story of the week: The Milky Way over the Dolomites

Michael Shainblum shares the story behind this stunning photograph of the Milky Way rising over Tre Cime di Lavaredo in the Dolomites.

Photo story of the week: Sunrise in Burren National Park

This week's photo story features a gorgeous sunrise shot captured in Burren National Park in Ireland. Cliché? Maybe, says photographer Nicolas Alexander Otto, but it was totally worth it.

Photo story of the week: Fire and Ice

Landscape photographer Erez Marom shares the short story behind this gorgeous 2AM sunrise shot, captured on Disco Bay in Greenland.

These are the winners of the UK’s Landscape Photographer of the Year contest

The UK's 'Landscape Photographer of the Year' competition has crowned its 2017 winners. From simple and expansive landscapes to dramatic skies, see them for yourself.

Photo story 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 story 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 story 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 story of the week: Torment

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 story 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 story 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 story 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

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