Posts tagged: landscape photography

Luminous Beach Fireworks Photographed by Paul Edmondson


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© Paul Edmondson / Offset

For his electric captures of fireworks along Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula, Seattle-based photographer Paul Edmondson casts the luminous explosions in a new light, implementing long exposure times and unusual cropping techniques to push each fiery tendril into the realm of abstraction.

Camping, Streaking, Talking to Raccoons and Photography: Learn All About Photo Field Trip


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In the hustle and bustle of daily life in the competitive photo industry, it can be hard to carve out time to get back to the basics, to reflect on what inspires you, and to forge meaningful connections with artists you admire. That’s where Photo Field Trip comes in. Now in its second year, the five-day photography retreat was engineered by photographer and Smilebooth co-owner Whitney Chamberlain and film television producer Justin Lyon, with Graphic Designer Mallory Cohn, as a way of uniting creative minds and opening a constructive dialogue about the future of the medium.

Photographer Hajdu Tamas Finds Humor in Small-Town Romania




Humor has a strange place in photography. So often a humorous photograph undermines the subject matter or the medium itself and leaves the image feeling like a ploy for cheap laughs. But when it works, when composition and moment and environment come together just right, and the photographer is clever enough to know when and how to press the shutter, a humorous photograph can have a tremendous impact.

Photographer Captures Mankind Dwarfed by the Sprawling and Infinite Terrain of Iceland


Jökulsárlón, Iceland, 2014


Námaskarð, Iceland, 2014

For Places of Interest, Glasgow-based photographer Peter Holliday captures the Icelandic landscape in the vein of the great Romanic painters, capturing mankind as he exists within sprawling and infinite terrain.

Otherworldly Landscapes Made from Junk Food


Fruit Loops Landscape


Moonrise on Bologna


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For Processed Views, photography duo Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman construct sweeping landscapes from highly refined foodstuffs, including sugary breakfast cereals and sodas, canned and packaged meats, snack chips, and candy.

Enchanting Misty Landscapes by Ysbrand Cosijn


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© Ysbrand Cosijn / Offset

For his computer-generated aerial images, Netherlands-based photographer Ysbrand Cosijn blankets the wilderness in layers of mist, imbuing his imagined landscapes with a sense of enigma and wonderment.

Sublime Visions of Iceland by Aldo Filiberto


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© Aldo Filiberto / Offset


© Aldo Filiberto / Offset

Having lived in large cities for the majority of his life, London-based photographer Aldo Filiberto is drawn to the infinite unknown that lies beyond the hustle and bustle of daily life. This hunger for exploration is what brought the artist to foreign shores of Iceland, where he went for long meditative drives on unpaved roads, immersing himself in its unpeopled landscapes.

LA’s Provocative American Apparel Billboards Found in Unusual Places



Sex sells, and no company knows this better than American Apparel, the controversial North American clothing manufacturer and retailer best known for shocking ad campaigns featuring famous porn stars, visible pubic hair, and half-naked young women contorted into graphic, suggestive positions most often associated with girlie mags. The company has launched countless blog posts, been labeled as feminist, sexist, revolutionary, racist, and everything in between. For Los Angeles-based photographer Thomas Alleman, American Apparel’s pervasive presence in his hometown has gone a step further, helping to shape his perception of the city, its culture, and the larger currents of consumerism.

Shanghai’s Sidecar Riders



Among the 24 million residents of Shanghai, there are only 250 registered sidecar riders. Drawn to the story behind the iconic sidecars, many of which are re-customed wartime motorbikes, photographer Aurelien Chauvaud set out to capture as many riders as he could find. The series is simply titled Shanghai Sidecar Riders. The resulting portraits, set on a backdrop of the city’s stunning landscapes, are as individual as the riders themselves.

Into the Wild: Our Latest Group Show of 33 Images Explore the Wilderness

Robin_Cracknell_01 35mm cine film with spots of fungus, debris and decay. © Robin Cracknell

Elena_Lyakir_02 As the Palms Spell Your Name © Elena Lyakir

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Our latest group show explores the far-reaching corners of the world in all climates and regions to provide a glimpse into the amazing wilderness of our planet. Juror Yumi Goto selected photographs from Feature Shoot readers that take us on a visual journey. Moving through seasons and times of day these images present broad vistas as well as the detailed terrain that makes the wilderness both vast and intimate.

Congratulations to Robin Cracknell, Nathan Weyland, and Elena Lyakir who will receive a one-year subscription to Squarespace, the innovative website publishing platform perfect for photographers. They make it simple to create professional website that are 100% customizable, making web design accessible to everyone. Complete with award-winning designs, hosting, domains, commerce, and 24/7 support, Squarespace offers photographers more ways to market themselves and grow their business.