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Cypress trees in fog, Monterey, California 2019 William Neill
I’m excited to present this months ‘Photographer of the Month’, William Neill. William is an American landscape photographer who’s been in the industry since the 1980s. He's published several books and is perhaps most known for his exceptional portfolio from Yosemite. Keep reading to learn more about his photographic journey: First of all, thank you for taking the time to...
Patience in Photography
When I first got into photography, I expected to return home with great images from every outing. Obviously, that didn't happen and it didn't take long for my frustrations to grow. Why wasn't I able to capture photos as good as others?! Maybe this sounds familiar to you. You've learned the fundamental camera settings and you've read up on...
Post-Processing Debate
I think it’s hard to avoid being exposed to the never-ending post-processing debate in the photography world. There is always someone ready to voice his/her opinion, whether you’re reading an article, viewing a YouTube video, reading comments or enjoying pictures online. Although the debate might be more heated now that we have tools such as Photoshop making it possible to...
Felix Inden Photography
First of all, can you tell us a little about yourself and how you got started with photography? I’m Felix, a photographer based in Köln (Cologne), Germany. I always have a hard time describing myself but let's say I’m a lover of life, travel and this special feeling that you only get when you find yourself exposed to the elements somewhere...
Inspirational Photographer: Clint Burkinshaw
It's a great honour to present this interview with the one and only Clint Burkinshaw. He is a talented Travel & Landscape Photographer with an incredible portfolio. Thank you Clint for taking the time to make this interview happen! Can you tell us a little about yourself and your passion for traveling? First of all, thanks very much for featuring me on CaptureLandscapes...
Jennifer Renwick Interview
Jennifer Renwick's name is brought up every time I ask fellow photography lovers who they find inspiring, and it's not without a reason: her portfolio is packed with high-quality and awe-inspiring photography. For the past 4 years, she's been travelling full-time in a travel trailer and the images she's captured along the way are incredible. You might also know her...
Lessons from the Past
I regularly review my past work to check my photographic progress and also to simply clean my photo archives but I seldom look back to my very beginnings. Recently I did just that, I went through the photos I took during my first photography related road trip to the Grand Canyon, which took place in 2009 While many of the...
Best of CaptureLandscapes Instagram
With more than 40,000 images shared on our Instagram hashtag #CaptureLandscapes, it's time to once again feature some of the finest images from you all. It's obvious that autumn is arriving in many corners of the world right now and I've really enjoyed scrolling through all your beautiful images. Sunset at Panther Beach Sony a6500, Sony 16-70 f/4.0 25mm, f/4.0,...
Vallerret Photography Gloves
A few years ago, New Zealand photographer Carl van den Boom got tired of always having cold hands when traveling to photograph the Northern Lights. His solution? Start a company and make gloves for landscape & outdoor photographers. In this interview, you'll get to know the photographer and entrepreneur behind the popular Vallerret Landscape Photography Gloves. Can you start by telling...
It's only been a few months since I came accross the work of Jerad Armijo but he has quickly stepped up to be one of my favorite artists. His work is subtle, minimalistic and overall calming to look at. In the interview below, you get to learn more about Jerad's journey, photography and vision. Start by telling us a little...