Landscapes by Jaskuła Jan

Photography has become my passion, which I devote to practically every free moment.
Fotografia stała się moją pasją, której poświęcam praktycznie każdą wolną chwilę.
I try to capture the unique moments created by nature. Thanks to photography, they stay in memory for longer.
Staram się uchwycić niepowtarzalne momenty jakie tworzy natura. Dzięki fotografii zostają one na dłużej w pamięci.
I hope that there are still many new undiscovered places and situations in front of me.
Mam nadzieję, że przede mną jeszcze wiele nowych nieodkrytych miejsc i sytuacji.
—Jaskuła Jan Fotografia

Windmill
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Spring
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Gdynia
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Jamnik
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Mill
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Landscapes by Jaskuła Jan
more at 35photo

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61 Photographers Celebrate Earth Day With Creative Shots

We are excited to share the finalists of this opportunity to see how photographers capture our planet …
We believe in being responsible and helping our planet, that is why we have a partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects where we help plant 5 trees for every PRO and PRO+ member of our community.

“you with little faith ” by artemiopascua
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“Asian leopard ” by spicspics
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“Waterfalls in Autumn ” by AutumnOaks
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“middle of no where ” by rock_and_nature
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“Spotted Owlet ” by avkash
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61 Photographers Celebrate Earth Day With Creative Shots
more at viewbug

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CEWE Photo Award 2019 Monthly Winners So Far

The CEWE Photo Award 2019 is free to enter, and open to anyone over 18, whether you’re a keen amateur photographer ready to show your work in your first major photo competition or an already established professional. With ten unique categories to enter, there’s nowhere better to share your work with the world.

Your photos will be judged by a panel of recognized industry experts, journalists and professional photographers. Their focus above all will be on the quality of the photograph, and how well the photo fits the chosen category in the photo contest.

“Rough sea 12” by Giovanni Allievi
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“Streets of Lava” by Anders Brakestad
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“Ozeane” by Doris Wahler
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“Regenbogenhäuser in Houten” by Kai Diederichs
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“Tree” by Pavla Bat’ková
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CEWE Photo Award 2019
World’s Largest Photo Competition
more at cewe-photoworld

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The 13th Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women Photographers

This 13th edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award has been juried by Elisabeth Biondi (NY, USA). A total of 795 photographers from 71 countries have submitted 5,610 photographs for consideration of the juror.

Landscapes & Seascapes Category
Winner Series: Beamie Young
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13th Julia Margaret Cameron Award’s results
more at The Photography Gala Awards

Simple Ideas for Forest and Woodland Photography

Forests and woodland are a unique and aesthetic subject for any landscape photographer. We present some words of advice if you’re thinking of venturing out.

• Spend time in your location
• Explore the area
• Get up early

Blurred Forest by Artur Szczeszek
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• Don’t rely on the golden hour
• Shoot whatever the weather
• Shoot with a telephoto lens

Woodland Avenue by David Hare
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• Shoot with a wideangle lens
• Don’t leave your macro lens at home
• Attach a circular polariser to your lens

Untitled by Matthew Dartford
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• Experiment with your shutter speed
• Experiment with your aperture
• Go abstract

Redwoods by Heather Allen – The Lost Lens Cap
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• Use the natural formations of the area to guide your composition
• Take a tripod
• Leave the area as you found it

Bluebell Wood Morning by Peter Orr ARPS
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via “15 Simple Ideas for Forest and Woodland Photography”
more details at Photocrowd

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From Gloomy Morning to Birth of Aurora

Photography by Alex Mimo

Хмурое утро
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Осенний этюд
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Последний караван
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Ночь в Долине Смерти
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Рождение Авроры
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Photography by Alexander Zolinskiy / Alex Mimo
more at 35photo

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Paysages par David Köster

David Köster est un photographe de paysage, animateur photographique et auteur de livres basé en Allemagne. Dans ses images, il met en scène des paysages sauvages et épiques. Avec des perspectives dramatiques, une imagerie atmosphérique et l’utilisation systématique de la lumière naturelle, Köster crée des œuvres qui apparaissent souvent comme des peintures plutôt que des photographies.

Pour ses images artistiques, David a été récompensé par plusieurs prix internationaux. Ses œuvres sont principalement utilisées par les agences, les éditeurs et les institutions de tourisme. En tant que photojournaliste, David publie régulièrement des récits, des articles et des images dans les médias imprimés et en ligne du monde entier. Depuis 2015, David dirige également des ateliers de photographie de paysages. En janvier 2019, son tout nouveau livre sur l’art de la photographie de paysages est publié par la maison d’édition allemande Humboldt.

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Paysages par David Köster
encore plus à: datacolor

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