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Interview With American Landscape Photographer TJ Thorne

Interview with TJ Thorne
TJ Thorne is an American landscape photographer with a deep connection to nature. In this interview, TJ talks about the importance of photographing for yourself rather than pleasing a crowd, how nature and photography has been therapeutic for him and much, much more.  Thank you, TJ, for taking the time to give such an in-depth and deep interview. Can you tell...

Photographer of the Month: Sarah Marino

Photographer of the Month Sarah Marino
Sarah Marino is a Colorado-based landscape photographer and this month's Photographer of the Month. I'm really excited to share this in-depth interview with Sarah and I think you will love this. Sarah talks about how she got started with photography, her thoughts on photography and nature conservation, her abstract and Black & White portfolios, and much more. Thanks you Sarah for...

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...

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...

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 Year 2017: Alex Noriega

Alex Noriega Interview
2017 has been a great year for landscape photographers. There's been an abundance of amazing imagery and the lists of inspirational photographers keep growing. Amongst all these great photographers, there's one who's stood out to me: Alex Noriega. He's an award-winning photographer who's developed a unique and personal style that many look up to. Please join me in congratulating Alex as CaptureLandscapes'...

Meet the Photographer who Created his Own Photography Glove Company

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...

Photographer of the Month: Arild Heitmann

Arild Heitmann Interview
I'm excited to share this month's featured photographer interview with Photographer of the Month Arild Heitmann. Arild is a well-respected photographer and has one of the greatest portfolios of the Arctic Landscapes. I've had the privilege to meet Arild on several occasions and I think you're really going to like this interview: Could you start by telling us who you are...

Behind the Lens: Erez Marom’s Lava Series & Melted Drone

Erez Marom Lava Photography
Hawaii is becoming an attractive destination for landscape photographers worldwide. From tropical rainforests and waterfalls to fields of lava, it's not hard to understand why. Professional photographer Erez Marom recently spent two weeks exploring the Big Island, Maui and Kauai in which 6 of those days were focused on the lava fields. Erez spent these days photographing from both a...

Behind the Lens: When Bad Conditions Become Amazing

Myrland Lofoten Sunset
Every now and then you come across an image that makes you stop and simply stare in awe. American photographer Shane Wheel recently shared an image like that. I've visited this location several times myself and despite being one of my favorite places in Lofoten, it's not the easiest place to photograph. Personally, that makes the image even more impressive. – This...

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