landscape

The Power of Landscape Photography and How It Changed Me

Landscape photography transformed my life. Not only did it completely change the way I view the physical world (for the better), but it also profoundly changed the way I experience it and connect with it. I realize these are big words. And I use them very seriously and intentionally.

Mt. Fuji’s 5 Best Landscape Photography Locations

I have been visiting the surrounding areas of Mt. Fuji for the last ten years and would have to say the easiest way to get around quickly is in a hire car. Most of the best viewing points are from the lakes and hilltops. The distances to each lake with public transport are far and not frequently available.

Long Form Study: Why Photographers Should Repeatedly Revisit a Scene

Ukumehame Beach is a small strip of sand on Maui’s west side. It has all the necessities of a good beach – soft sand, clear waters and a few special features to draw a photographer’s eye. It’s the kind of place that tourists overlook, which makes it all the more attractive to us locals.

Landscape Hunting at 18,000 Feet: Photos of North Sikkim, India

Landscape photography is as much about photography as it is about travel. I believe it would not be very outlandish of me to assume that for most of us, our hunt for stunning landscape images began at some moment of epiphany, in some corner of the planet, when some awe-inspiring vista was rude enough to make us realize how underprepared we were to photograph such a scene in all of its glory.

This Landscape Art Uses AR Projection to Show Beams of Light

Photographer Reuben Wu has released the final chapter of his groundbreaking Lux Noctis project, which involves lighting large-scale landscapes with drone-mounted lights. Titled "An Electric Storm," the digital artwork has an incredible physical installation that combines a print with AR light projection.

Woodland Photography In and Around the Indian Town of Pelling

Pelling is a town in the Himalayan state of Sikkim in India. It is surrounded by green lands, and white peaks are visible not very far away from here. The green lands on the mountain slopes had always called for woodland photography. With the Sun shining brightly, we went to have some fun in the woods during our stay at Pelling.

Goecha La: The Himalayan Trek in India to the Third Highest Peak

The Dzongri - Goecha La trek takes you to the base camp of the third highest mountain peak in the world, Mount Kanchenjunga. This trek lies in the western side of the Indian state of Sikkim, which lies in the eastern part of the country just adjacent to Nepal.

Examining Social Media’s Impact on Landscape and Nature Photography

As a landscape and nature photographer with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, I often enjoy trying to blend the two disciplines to better understand the human experience as it relates to photography. One subject that particularly intrigues me is the impact of social media on photography and photographers.

Gorgeous Photos of Socotra, The ‘Most Alien-Looking Place on Earth’

Located east of the Horn of Africa, Socotra was famously described by English anthropologist George Wynn Brereton Huntingford in 1980 as "the most alien-looking place on Earth." Photographer Daniel Kordan visited the island and captured the otherworldly beauty of the landscapes, from the dragon blood trees to the white sand dunes.