One Landscape Photographer and his Incredible 32-Year-Long Journey in the Exploration of “Emptiness and Extremity”
“The Atlas of Emptiness and Extremity”—this is the 32-year long photo project of landscape photographer Tomas Joshua Cooper. In total, this photo project encompasses 700 black and white photographs Cooper has taken from remote, all-but-forgotten landscapes with harsh conditions across five different continents!
Five Reasons Why Nikon Is Still The Champion Of Landscape Photography
The more you specialize in one of these types of photography, the more you should consider all of Nikon’s options…
Canon’s Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Taking Landscape Photos
Have you ever been in front of a beautiful scene wanting to capture it with your camera and think: “I wish I had a cheat sheet to help me transform the glorious vista before my eyes into an incredible landscape photo?” Well now you’re in luck!
Sea Captain Captures Nat Geo Worthy Travel and Landscape Portraits | Featured Artist Interview with Zay Yar Lin
Award-winning photographer? Yes. Professional Sea Captain? Also, yes. Zay Yar Lin shares the story behind some of his favorite images and offers insight into his photographic process.
Interview with Wedding and Landscape Photographer Zach Nichols | SLR Lounge Artist Feature
Wedding and travel photography, Zach Nichols shares how he wound up pursuing a career in multiple genres of photography and he discusses the gear he uses for each while also offering helpful advice for aspiring photographers.
You Won’t Believe The Story Behind This Incredible Astrophotography Shot
Sometimes, you really do only have seconds to get the shot! This was certainly the case with Paul Schmit’s photograph of the ISS as it transits across the sun. Check out the full story behind the shot here.
Engineer Creates Visualization to Help Avoid Crowds at US National Parks
For photographers looking to avoid crowds, these charts can be an invaluable planning tool and be the difference between capturing an iconic landscape and experiencing frustration.
Photographing the Northern Lights: The Ultimate Background
Photographing the Aurora Borealis can be pretty tricky. In this article we consider 2 techniques to make more of the foreground in your Northern Lights scene.
Exposure Balance in Landscape Photography – What To Do To Get The Perfect Exposure
Ever heard of the magic cloth technique? It has nothing to do with a flying carpet. It’s one of six solutions provided here to help you balance the exposure of both the landscape and sky in your photos.
Outsiders Landscape Photography Conference | Outdoor Photography Needs A Reboot
Now, more than ever, the next generation of outdoor photographers need direction and guidance to help preserve the places we love to visit and photograph.
Using Range Masks to Enhance Your Photos In Lightroom with Thomas Heaton
Landscape photographer Thomas Heaton discusses one tool in Lightroom that will change and improve the way you process your images moving forward.