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These Gorgeous Landscape Images Will Take Your Breath Away

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Finn Beales is a photographer with an amazing amount of talent. The Award-winning lensman is based in the Black Mountains of Wales. He travels to places in search of that perfect image. Iceland, Canada, and Denmark are just some of the destinations he sets foot on to capture breathtaking landscape images.

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Beautiful Examples of Landscape Photography

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Tobias Richter is no doubt a gifted landscape photographer based on his strikingly majestic images. The German lensman however, often shocks many when they find out that he is a relative neophyte to the craft. Although looking at the images will lead one to think that he is a seasoned photographer, Richter has only been taking photographs for three years.

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Photographer Creates Clever Mash-ups in Series ‘Combophotos’

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Stephen McMennamy is an American photographer who has fun on Instagram combining stuff unrelated to each other to create weird and whimsical images. What McMennamy does is something fairly simple, but then again also enormously entertaining and fascinating to look at.

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Breathtaking Photos of People Climbing the Alps

A pair of moutnaineers as seen venturing up snowy couloir of Aiguilles Marbrées with a clear view on Mont Blanc in the background.

A pair of moutnaineers as seen venturing up snowy couloir of Aiguilles Marbrées with a clear view on Mont Blanc in the background.

During the past few years, Kamil Tamiola has had the rare privilege to photograph the magnificence of the high Alps, most especially the Mont Blanc Massif. The Alps are a mountain range situated in south-central Europe, to the direct north of the Mediterranean Sea.

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Photos of the Oldest Living Trees Against a Dramatic Starlit Sky

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In a series of dramatic images, San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon captures some of the planet’s oldest living trees against a backdrop of twinkling evening skies in far-flung areas of southern Africa, South Africa, Botswana, and Namibia.

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Fireworks Photography Tips and Techniques


When you are going to photograph fireworks, be prepared. Make sure you have enough memory cards and extra batteries. You will need to take a tripod, a wide-angle or a telephoto zoom lens, and remember to arrive early. Place the camera on a tripod, and turn the mode dial to M (manual) mode; we want f/8 – f/16 for a greater DOF (depth of field) and a long exposure anywhere between 1-10 seconds. Use your camera’s self-timer or a cable release to take the photo with absolutely no blurring. For dramatic effect, try to capture multiple fireworks trails across the sky.

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