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40 Landscape Photographers to Follow on Instagram

40 Landscape Photographers to Follow on Instagram
Instagram is the go-to resource for photographic inspiration to many of us. It's a platform where it's easy to follow and view images and the majority of photographers have some sort of a presence there. If you're tired of having your Instagram feed filled with selfies and food shots, here are 40 landscape photographers to follow: Kilian Schönberger – German landscape photographer with a...

Landscape Photography Roundup #1

Landscape Photography Roundup
One of the biggest benefits of our beloved internet is the abundance of useful information available. For us landscape photographers that means we can find tons of excellent articles, tutorials, videos and inspirational content by simply hitting a couple of buttons. A goal of mine here at CaptureLandscapes is to introduce you to the very best content available, beyond what...

How Social Media Blurred My Vision and What I’m Doing to Fix it

Social Media Blurred My Vision
Where does one start an article about Social Media? There's so much to be said and there are so many opinions to be heard but I'll start by saying this: had it not been for Social Media, I wouldn't be where I am today and had it not been for Social Media, you would most likely not be reading...

Photographer of the Month: JP & Mike Andrews (Abstract Aerial Art)

Abstract Aerial Arts Interview
Ever since discovering their work on Instagram a while back, I've been a big fan of JP & Mike Andrews, better known as Abstract Aerial Art. Equipped with a drone and the lust to travel, they find and photograph unique patterns from above.  Please join me in congratulating them as Photographer of the Month, and enjoy this in-depth interview where...

Spring has Arrived: 15 Beautiful Images to Welcome Spring

spring photography
As of writing this, spring is quickly arriving in many corners of the world. That means it's time to pack away winter clothes and take out shorts and summer clothes but more importantly, it's time to head out with your camera and capture the season in change. Spring is a popular season for landscape and nature photography and it's not...

How Landscape Photography is Treating this Photographer’s PTSD

Brynley Perrett
Landscape photography is for many of us a great way to disconnect from a hectic daily life and spend valued time outdoors. For Brynley Perrett, however, it's been a way to treat his PTSD. It's not only been a way to disconnect from daily stress, but a way to get a break from vivid images of a horrific event...

Photographer of the Month: Johannes Nollmeyer

Photographer of the Month Johannes Nollmeyer
I'm excited to share this interview with German landscape photographer Johannes Nollmeyer. I've had the pleasure of photographing next to Johannes on several occasions and it's always an inspiration to see how he works - and the final images speak for themselves!  Thank you for taking the time to do this. Could you start by telling us a little about...

Advice from Full-Time Photographers on Turning Pro

Tips for Turning Pro
Many aspiring (and experienced) photographers dream of making their hobby into a full-time profession. Who doesn't want to make a sufficient living from traveling the world and taking pictures? But what does it take to turn pro? Is it really as luxurious as it sounds? I've talked with 5 industry leading full-time photographers and asked them to share their best advice on...

Photographer of the Month: Aaron Reed

Aaron Reed Interview
I'm excited to share January's Photographer of the Month: Aaron Reed. In this interview, Aaron talks about large photographic prints and his recent decision to quit his job and do photography full-time. First of all, thank you for taking the time to do this. Could you start by telling us a little about yourself and how you got started with...

When to Use an Open Aperture in Landscape Photography

Open Aperture in Landscape Photography
"I am somewhat puzzled when I read about professional landscape photography where they use fast lenses such as f2.8 or f1.4. Why do they use these lenses when most landscape photos are taken anywhere from f8 to f22 and the supposed sweet spot is f11 (or close to it) to get good depth of field throughout. Where does the f/2.8 come in...

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