Landscape Photography366 articles

As landscape photographers, it’s our job to catch the emotional essence of a place and show it to others. We want to inspire people with the beauty of a world they might never even have known existed.

Learn to snap jaw-dropping wallpaper-quality photographs with our tried-and-true landscape photography tips:

Telephoto Lens Landscape Techniques

Telephoto Lens Landscape Techniques

When trekking on an outdoor adventure with camera in tow, many people’s first instinct is to stick to their widest angle lens like glue in order to fit the most of their surroundings into their images. While wide angle lenses do an excellent job of capturing expansive landscapes, many photographers who strictly abide to their […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Himachal Pradesh Landscape

Interesting Photo of the Day: Himachal Pradesh Landscape

Often we come across landscapes that truly take our breath away. They can be so beautiful that they sometimes leave us questioning whether they’re real or something out of fantasy. Spending time in such beautiful locations can be a great experience for someone looking to take a break and spiritually heal. India is one of […]

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Tips for Better Landscape Photography

Tips for Better Landscape Photography

The problem with most landscape photography is that not enough preparation is put into setting up the shot before it is taken. These tips are meant to give the photographer some things to think about before releasing the shutter. 1. Depth of Field Most professional landscape photographers want everything in the shot to be equally […]

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How to Photograph the Moon in Landscapes

How to Photograph the Moon in Landscapes

Our closest outer-space neighbor, the moon, can be a great subject to include in our landscape photos. The moon can act as a beautiful element of a photograph specially when it’s down low. For this, you need to know where to look and where you need to be with your camera. This requires a good […]

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Landscape Photographer Shares Reverse Vignette Technique

Landscape Photographer Shares Reverse Vignette Technique

In this video, Mark Denney discusses the use of vignetting in photography and a technique called “reverse vignetting.” Vignetting is a common technique in which the corners of an image are darkened to draw the viewer’s eye towards the center of the image. However, this technique may not work as effectively on symmetrical images or […]

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New: Landscape Photography Guided Resource Kit

New: Landscape Photography Guided Resource Kit

In landscape photography news, this recently released 17-piece resource kit contains a publisher’s best material on landscape photography. A jam-packed kit of photography guides, cheat sheets and mini-lessons. Beautifully hand-picked from a wide range of teachers & sources. Suited to EVERY type of learner. It is currently 94% off today if you want to check […]

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Winter Landscape Photography Strategies

Winter Landscape Photography Strategies

Glencoe, Scotland is a beautiful place, especially when covered in snow. In this new video, photographer Gary Gough takes us on a tour of some of their favorite locations in Glencoe and captures stunning photographs of the scenery: Gough starts by setting up their tripod on the frozen lake, assuring viewers that it is only […]

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Landscape Photography Lens Filter Tips

Landscape Photography Lens Filter Tips

When it comes to photography, a camera body and lens are rudimentary equipment. But beyond this point, a myriad of other optional equipment awaits — lens filters included! Before you let the manufacturers of them “take your money,” listen to what Gavin Hardcastle has to say on the topic. His advice on the best filters […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Dolomites Landscape Contrast

Interesting Photo of the Day: Dolomites Landscape Contrast

Some places on earth are truly blessed with varying landscapes. And getting to travel to such locations is an experience worth remembering. When traveler and photographer Wilhelm Gisow was at the Dolomites in Italy, he captured the following spectacular image. The difference in land form is so great that it makes you question if the […]

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Landscape Focus Stacking Tutorial

Landscape Focus Stacking Tutorial

Welcome to the world of focus stacking, where even the most blurry foregrounds can become crisp and in focus! In this video, photographer Mike Smith takes us through the process of focus stacking a landscape. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced photographer, this technique is sure to come in handy when you want to […]

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