Night Landscapes

35awards — a major international award created in 2015 by the creators of the professional photo community 35photo.pro. In the first year, 36 thousand people from 110 countries took part in it. In 2016, more than 76 thousand. Every year count of participants increases. In 2017, more than 103 thousand people from 160 countries took part in the competition. More than 257 thousand photos were submitted for the competition.

Rok Stirn
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Hernando Alonso Rivera Cervantes
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John Vermette
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Hugo Valle Perez
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Trashin Alexander
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Night Landscapes | Best Photos in Nomination
more at 35awards

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A Postcard Picture

“In this contest I would like to see your photos which look like the type of image shown on picture postcards found all over the world in souvenir shops. The photo can be taken in any location, but should look like a photo on a postcard.”

Lake and Mountains.
by Chris O’Hara
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El Xarco.
by Felipe Tomás Jiménez Ordóñez
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A last minute plan
by Nate Cutler
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Grand Teton Sunrise
by Mary Hulett
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Emerald Lake
by Dave Feaster
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A Postcard Picture
more at Photocrowd

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Capture the City

Why not urban-ify your take on the traditional landscape? Focus on the lights and lives of a modern environment.
Shooting at night requires you to either boost up the ISO (then deal with any noise-related issues in post-processing) or to shoot longer exposures. If you’re going with the latter, you are going to need a tripod or similar support to help. Personally, I use a lightweight carbon-fibre travel tripod or a Gorillapod for my after-dark shots, but I have seen people improvise, resting cameras on walls and using bean bags to angle the lens. Try to expose for the highlights as you would in any other shot. You might even want to bracket your shots to capture as much detail lurking in the shadows as possible.

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Capture the City
by Dave Fieldhouse
more in Digital Camera World – May 2019

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Top Travel Photography Tips

Going on your first travel photography trip can be an intimidating prospect. Photographer Tom Franklin de Waart offers some words of advice.

Before you even set off on your journey, make sure you go through a list of key things. This is incredibly important and will ensure you come back with the shots you want. There are a few things to think about, such as the season, time of day, light, direction, people, safety and more.

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Top Travel Photography Tips
by Tom Franklin de Waart

continue at photocrowd

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“My mission is to create something that is not only eye-catching but also meaningful and storytelling”

Talented Japanese photographer Tristan Zhou is a self-taught photographer, retoucher, filmmaker and art director is currently based in Seattle, Washington, USA. Tristan shoots inspiring pictures that offers a unique view of Asians countries.

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more in “Inspiring pictures that offers a unique view of Asians countries”
at photographize

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Everything Waterfalls

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their favorite waterfall shots in this photo contest

Congratulations Grand Jury Winner “Silky smooth ” by DavidPriymak
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Congratulations People’s Choice ” ” by hasmonaut
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Congratulations Amateur Winner “Mystical Land ” by wimdenijs
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Congratulations Runner Up “Icelandic Canyon ” by MattMcGee
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Congratulations Runner Up ” ” by mattymeis
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Congratulations Runner Up “The Waterfall ” by MaurizioCasulaPhoto
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Everything Waterfalls Photo Contest Winners
more at viewbug

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