How I Blended Multiple Landscape Photos in Alaska

How I Blended Multiple Landscape Photos in Alaska What should a photographer do when surrounded by thousands of dead fish, some of the fastest ocean tides in the world, and wild bears that want to eat anything in sight? You take a deep breath and attempt to capture the beautiful scenery. Welcome to Valdez! [ Read More ]

How Taking a Break From Social Media Made Me a Better Photographer

How Taking a Break From Social Media Made Me a Better Photographer By the time you finish reading this paragraph, 500 hours of content will have been uploaded to YouTube, 65,000 posts to Instagram, and 3.3 million updates to Facebook. It is easy — and sometimes not a conscious choice — to become enveloped by this constant flow, but as artists, it is important we take intentional time to remove ourselves from the noise and continue to learn, grow, and succeed from the incredible tools the world has to offer. We just need to go out and utilize them. [ Read More ]

Photos of Dogs in Breathtaking Landscapes

Polish photographer Alicja Zmysłowska has a new photo series that combines her three biggest passions: photography, dogs, and traveling. The images show dogs posing in breathtaking landscapes. The 23-year-old photographer, who has created several viral photo series of dogs, wanted to do something different and ambitious with her dog photography. For the past three years, she has been taking dogs out into the great outdoors to show the power and beauty of nature in her photos. The series is titled “Craving Miracles.” “I wanted to combine dreamlike landscapes with dogs as my main models, to create something unique
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Improving Your Landscape Photography Isn’t About Your Camera

Improving Your Landscape Photography Isn't About Your Camera

Most people reading this article, going to workshops, and watching YouTube content want to improve their landscape photography. It is the question I get asked the most, and there are many answers and solutions to this. But without doubt, the most important part, but often the hardest, is actually being in the right place at the right time.

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Zion National Park Is Changing the Rules Again for 2019

Zion National Park Is Changing the Rules Again for 2019 Zion National Park caused an uproar among photographers in January of this year when it came to light that photography workshops operating within the park were restricted to using tripods in paved areas and pullouts only. Within two weeks of that initial response Zion had reversed a part of those restrictions. With 2019 fast approaching, there're even more changes coming for photography workshops and their participants. [ Read More ]

Landscapes Photos That Capture the Beauty of Iran

Photographer Farzad Orsgani was born in Iran and spent the first 16 years of his life there before emigrating. After noticing politics clouding people’s perceptions of his home country, Orsgani decided to return to Iran to capture a new perspective through landscape photography. “I have been living in Germany for eight years and have repeatedly noticed that my home in the media and in the vast majority of the population is represented very negatively by the political decisions, so I tried in my last project to create a new image of Iran,” Orsgani tells PetaPixel. Orsgani flew to Iran in
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Critique the Community: Landscapes


Submit your best landscape photos for your chance to win a free Fstoppers tutorial

Elia Locardi is going to be at the Fstoppers studio for the next week and a half filming the post processing section for the newest iteration Photographing the World. We figured it's the perfect opportunity to let him critique your images. [ Read More ]