landscape

  1. Vieri

    Two long exposures on the coasts of Brittany, France

    I love the surreal feeling created by the use of long exposures in the landscape, as well as the compositional power they provide in terms of the ability to create leading lines out of nowhere. Here two images from the coasts of Brittany, in France, a destination I really love and I can't wait...
  2. Vieri

    The Dolomites in monochrome

    Don't get me wrong, colours are great, but to me there just is something special in the graphic power of a B&W Fine Art landscape. Here two Dolomites landscape with human elements in them: Hasselblad X1D II, Voigtlander Super-Wide Heliar 15mm. 181 sec. Leica SL, Super-Vario-Elmar-SL 16-35mm...
  3. Soumoyadip

    The Humayun's Tomb

  4. Soumoyadip

    A peaceful sunset.

  5. Vieri

    Two sunrises from the Isle of Skye

    This year, due to the infamous pandemic, for the first time in over a decade I didn’t go to the Isle of Skye in late winter, and I really missed it; I scheduled two trips in 2022 to compensate for that, but in the meantime, I thought I’d share a couple of Skye sunrises with you. 1/5 sec, f/16...
  6. Vieri

    Two icy images from Iceland

    These days, it is very popular to show the fire side of Iceland, for those lucky enough to be able to travel there to photograph the new volcano. Being hard for me to travel there now, I thought I’d show the icy side of it with a couple of images from my archives. 236 sec, f/11, Hasselblad...
  7. M

    What do you think of this photo guys ? Thank you in advance.

    The Hills of Plovdiv, Bulgaria / Clickasnap Link removed. Please embed photos instead of posting links if you would like feedback.
  8. Vieri

    Two different Northumberland moods

    I love Northumberland's landscapes, their mix of human intervention and natural beauty is just stunning. I put together two very different moods here: Bamburgh Castle at sunset Spittal's Pier Both images taken with Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 30mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra...
  9. Vieri

    Sgurr nan Gillean, Isle of Skye

    Two images of the mighty Sgurr nan Gillean, on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, both taken around sunset at one year difference between them. Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 45mm & Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters. Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 21mm & Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra...
  10. Glostars

    Greetings from Finland

    Hi everybody! My name is Jonathan and I am an ameteur/enthusiastic photographer. I have little experience with photography, but I am a fast learner. I hope I can learn a lot in this forum and be able to share some of my work with you guys. I am currently living in Finland so I expect to be...
  11. Vieri

    Two from Loch Lomond, in Scotland

    Loch Lomond is a beautiful loch, and I love to stop there on my way from Glasgow to Glencoe & the Isle of Skye, when I have a chance. Here two sunsets on the Loch, taken two years apart. First, a 2020 image, 3/5 of a second taken with my Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and Formatt-Hitech...
  12. _Tobias

    A view of the sky - cloud timelapse

    Hello Community, during the Corona period, I discovered timelapse photography for myself and was able to capture a sunset and some beautiful clouds. Just take a look.
  13. Vieri

    Two Dolomites October sunrises

    The light at sunrise on the Dolomites in the fall is just beautiful, soft and smooth. Here two images taken at a day difference last year in mid-October at sunrise: 1/5 sec., Hasselblad X1D II, Hasselblad XCD 45mm, Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters. 128 sec., Hasselblad X1D II...
  14. DaveAllen

    Sunset at Carver's Gap

    Shot the rhododendron blooms along the Appalachian Trail recently and we were treated to a pretty spectacular sunset. Hope y'all are doing good and staying sane these days!
  15. M

    Saw a Bird in the Alamo

    Was walking along and saw a bird in the Alamo of all places.
  16. Destin

    Some recent sunrise photos

    Hey ya'll. Found a couple of days over the last several weeks to get out and shoot some sunrises, and had some great luck with conditions cooperating. Wanted to share a few images that I'm reasonably happy with. C&C always welcome. All images shot on the fuji X-T3 with the 10-24. Images 1 and...
  17. Vieri

    Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Dolomites - a classic view

    The classic view of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, on the Dolomites, on one spectacular October sunset. 15 minutes after taking this shot, the mountains were completely wrapped in thick fog... 1/20 second with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters. Thank...
  18. Vieri

    Enys Dodnan Arch at sunset

    Photographing Cornwall feels like working between land, sea and sky - almost like working where land ends. This is never more true than while photographing Cornwall's Land's End, when looking towards the ocean you know that the next patch of land is Newfoundland. Enys Dodnan Arch at sunset, 45...
  19. Benalpha30

    Wide Angle Lens Need: Can I kill two birds with one stone?

    I am a wildlife and landscape painter, and my current photography setup is a 7D MarkII and the Canon 100-400 L II- obviously this is great for shooting animals, but the next need I have is a good landscape lens to take reference shots for paintings. I don't need ultra wide angle necessarily...
  20. Vieri

    Dramatic Tuscan cypresses, in B&W

    Tuscany often evokes images of soft landscapes and serene hills, but there is drama to be found there as well. To express the drama of this scene, I found 60 seconds of exposure and black & white to be the way to go. Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 45mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra Grad ND...
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