Are we stuck with landscape photography? Of course not, what can be more enjoyable right now, in August 2020, than travel without any restrictions and following your photographic dream. Unfortunately, as many of you reading this post in 2020 already know,
Just a year and a half ago, in September, we were visiting Dolomites mountains for the first time, 2 weeks worth of landscape photography (you ca also read Muntii Dolomiti – O Calatorie fotografica). We were there in September 2017,
Since late last year we tried to introduce mindfulness in our day to day lives. Harder at first, but learning step by step, we started to become more aware of our feelings, sensations and things that are happening around us.
We, landscape photographers, usually travel thousand of km to get to a location that we wanted so much to photograph. All we do before arriving there is to dream about how are going to spend all our time with a camera
I have recently found myself leaning less and less on photographing sunrises and sunsets per se. Don't get me wrong, I still chase good light, golden/blue hour light, sun rays, interesting light patterns, in less words - light around these
This question remains unanswered, at least for us. Sometimes we feel that we should stop struggling to find places to photograph every weekend and concentrate on having 2-3 long landscape photography trips each year. Still, small trips - 2-3 times per
There is a moment in time, after you shoot everything under the sun, when every one of us settle on a specific genre of photography. From macro to portraits, or photojournalism to wedding, there is something special about each type
Dacă citești acest articol, cu siguranță ești, ca și noi, îndrăgostit de fotografie. Întrebarea este, ce ne face să ducem aparatul la ochi oricând avem ocazia și ce ne determină să ne întoarcem la fotografie iar și iar și iar?