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The Luminous Landscape

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The web's most comprehensive site devoted to the art of landscape, nature and documentary photography using digital as well as traditional image processing techniques.

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http://www.luminous-landscape.com

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Other → Photo

Publishes:

3 items/month

Of the Nikon Z9 and other new and upcoming gear

7.April
Nikon recently released the first development announcement for their new flagship mirrorless Z9. We don’t know much about it officially, and the rumor mill has somewhat more information (which may or may not be accurate). There is also one official image of the camera, with a disclaimer that its appearance may change prior to launch. [Read More] The post Of the Nikon Z9 and other new and upcomi...

On The Deeper Meaning of Seeing (Rediscover)

2.April
“Of Nature itself upon the soul; the sunrise, the haze of autumn, the winter starlight seem interlocutors; the prevailing sense is that of an exposition in poetry; a high discourse, the voice of the speaker seems to breathe as much from the landscape as from his own breast; it is Nature communing with the seer.” [Read More] The post On The Deeper Meaning of Seeing (Rediscover) appeared first on...

INTRODUCTION TO FOCUS STACKING USING THE NOVOFLEX CASTEL-MICRO MOTORISED FOCUSING RAIL By Robert Thomson

22.March
INTRODUCTION Since the evolution of digital photography, advancements in software development have seen many new techniques and workflow improvements become available. It is now possible with a few clicks of the mouse, to overcome many of the time-consuming processes and issues that were once challenging a few years ago. One of the biggest advances in macro [Read More] The post INTRODUCTION TO ...

Hudson Valley Diners By Andrew Paquette

15.March
Last March, I was planning a shoot in New York City. The lockdown hit and it was off. Everything was off. Clients were unavailable, or in my case, potential clients, as well as everyone else needed for a shoot. Makeup artists, stylists, models, hairstylists, assistants, studios, and portfolio review events were all suddenly off-limits. The [Read More] The post Hudson Valley Diners By Andrew Paq...

Lockdown Landscapes

10.March
In many ways, the pandemic has brought hardship and even tragedy to all our lives. For me, it also brought creative renewal. At the beginning of 2020, I was in the grip of a creative block and feeling at a dead-end in my landscape photography. I remember receiving advice from photographer/writer Guy Tal at the [Read More] The post Lockdown Landscapes appeared first on Luminous Landscape .

Three new cameras and three great photo accessories

1.March
Sony and Fujifilm released important new camera bodies the week of January 25, 2021. Both flagships, Sony’s Alpha 1 and Fujifilm’s GFX 100S, are expensive cameras that few of us will buy (although each has a market niche among LuLa readers) – but they show us something about where the market is going. Fujifilm ALSO [Read More] The post Three new cameras and three great photo accessories appeare...

“I celebrate life”: Rediscovering Ed van der Elsken’s fearless eye

24.February
The daring vision of legendary Dutch street photographer Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990) has been revived in feest, a new book by Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. After acquiring his entire archive in late 2019, the Rijksmuseum and the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam put together this remarkable collection, including many forgotten photographs. A manic spirit suffuses feest, which [Read More] The post “...

Its-all-a-blur (Rediscover)

18.February
By Michael Reichmann (Editors Note: Bullfights have been banned (thankfully) almost universally and specifically in the town where this was shot since this was first published.) Rider #3. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. March, 2014 Olympus OM-D E-M1 with Zuiko 50-200mm f/2.8 @ ISO 500 1/10 sec @ f/3.5 This article is about creating impressionistic [Read More] The post Its-all-a-blur (Rediscover)...

EVOLVING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY INTO CINEMATOGRAPHY. Episode 05 – Post Production & Conclusion

10.February
The goal of this educational series is to provide inspiration on how you can successfully transition your photography into cinematography. Often, when photographers start working with a video camera, they can misplace the voice they’ve worked so hard to develop in photography. The energy of their typical practice somehow gets lost in the translation to [Read More] The post EVOLVING YOUR PHOTOGR...

Edward Burtynsky revisits nature’s innocence in new collection

6.February
The pandemic-era restrictions on travel and social interactions have prompted everyone to adapt, not least photographers, who can’t work from home as easily as some. After all, to take pictures, you need subjects, and the living room has its limits. Thankfully, parks and forests have made the cut for essential service, and we are still [Read More] The post Edward Burtynsky revisits nature’s inn...
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