Some People still think that the Camera makes the Foto and all the Photographer does is to push a Button. Other believe that a better Camera will automagically led to them become the best in the Field. Spoiler Alert: It does not. But what do I mean with that. Surely better Gear makes a Photographers… Continue reading Does Gear Matter?
Sometimes, I really enjoy it to include some Pops of Colour in my Landscape Photography. It can look really good to have a clearer ‘Subject’ than just the Vista itself. This is especially True during the Wintertime. White Landscapes are really beautiful, but sometimes some Colour really really makes the Difference. On Top of the… Continue reading Colours in the Snow.
Composition is an important Part of of Photography. And there are so many Tools that can be used to achieve a beautiful Foto. Leading Lines are one such Tool. They are used to guide your Eyes through the Scene captured. In the Woods, Paths are the perfect leading Lines. They usually stand out, and you… Continue reading Leading Paths.
I love Landscape Photography. But sometimes, a Splash of Colour creates a really nice Contrast to the Greens and Blues of Nature. And that can look really awesome. Also, some Fotos just work better with a very clearly marked Subject, like a Car or something else that just stands out. Red Swedish Houses. That is… Continue reading Pops of Colour.
I love Nature. I also really enjoy Photography. And I am even happier when I am able to Combine those Things. That is a lot of fun. A while ago, I wrote about Compositions and how a well Framed Foto is one Step further into becoming a good, or even great One. And that is… Continue reading The Importance of Composition.
I usually consider myself a Travel Photographer, mostly because I like a lot of Photography Styles and do not want to hang my self up on a specific field of Creativity. But lately, most of my Photography actually consists of Landscapes, magnificent Vistas, beautiful Forests and Paths through Nature are all awesome Subjects for me.… Continue reading Cars & Landscapes.
I really love Landscape Photography. It is awesome. And also a lot of fun. I also really like it to have something Colourful in my Landscape Fotos. And usually, it is man made. And it gives my Landscape Photos the extra kick. A Canadian National (CN) Train. This Foto I took in Canada back in… Continue reading Contrasting Colours.
Contrast and Content are two of the most fundamental aspects of Landscape photography, but Composition is key. Without the proper composition, pictures just wont look good, so there are some rules to this. Just remember: rules are meant to be broken. At least in photography. Composition is what turns a snapshot into a photograph. But… Continue reading Composition is key.
For me, there are three fundamental aspects to Landscape Photography outside the Exposure Triangle. One of them is Contrast, and the other two are Content and Composition. In other words, the three big C. This post is about Content. Content is paramount. Without content, Contrast and Composition are worthless. Content is what interests the viewer… Continue reading Content in Landscapes.
As a landscape photographer, I always struggle with the fact that my surroundings here in the Harz are mostly green. So I usually look for something to contrast that green. Lakes, cars, houses and flowers are very good at giving me that contrast. Off course a good landscape shot doesn't need much more than itself,… Continue reading Contrast through colour.