January 21st is squirrel appreciation day and as a photographer. I find it quite fascinating that it is still possible to come up with new and unique picture ideas after taking hundreds of thousands already.
We're sure many of you will be heading out to spend the holidays in winter wonderlands, and will definitely be busy shooting. So you don't forget to keep your precious gear in perfect working condition, we're sharing some helpful tips from Canon in their quick photography cheat sheet.
I present you with a photo album containing some of the photos I took during my winter hike from Zakopane to Kasprowy Wierch. The beauty of nature at the upper altitudes of Tatra Mountain greatly surprised me. Thus I wanted to share it with other people.
With winter coming closer I thought it was the right time to post some pictures from my stay at the Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort last year. The resort is known as the original glass igloo hotel. It's situated in Finish Lapland and offered a wide range of activities: dog sledding and hot tea afterwords, making food, horseback riding, walking dogs and most importantly watching the Aurora, the main reason for our trip to the high north.
It's only a matter of time before we start slipping into colder and colder weather. A trip to winter wonderlands may also be in order soon. Some of us may already know how challenging it can be to shoot in these freezing temperatures.
In March 2019 I had an opportunity to visit Russia. I spent 2 weeks discovering this vast area of a frozen lake. Here, in Siberia, I was able to feel how wonderful and unpredictable nature can be.
At the end of January, Chicago experienced the coldest day in over 3 decades and it was a very surreal experience I tried to capture in pictures.
I am a dog trainer and when I am not training dogs, I love to capture their spirit through photography. Dogs in nature have an amazing aura surrounding them - beautiful, wild and innocent at the same time.
Landscape photography is incredibly relaxing. There's really nothing better than getting out into nature to take in the sights and sounds. Winter landscape photography can bring about it's own set of challenges though.
We always talk about weather sealed lenses and weather sealed camera bodies, but what about weather sealed camera bags? Having a camera bag that can withstand the elements is a wonderful thing, especially if some of the gear you carry inside of it doesn't have that luxury.
If moody landscapes are your thing, one of the best places to find them is up north, where nature is often both moving and intense. In his latest set, German landscape photographer Felix Inden showed us another destination to add on our must-visit list: the Lofoten Islands of Norway, which is home to some of the most magical landscapes of the Arctic Circle.
I’m a professional photographer/digital artist based in Bensheim/Germany. Once a year I go on a boys-only-phototour with two awesome friends. This years destination was the Lofoten area in northern Norway.
I Walked On Frozen Baikal, The Deepest And Oldest Lake On Earth To Capture Its Otherworldly Beauty Again
Lake Baikal is still the pride of Russia and the deepest and cleanest lake on the planet, about 19 percent of the lake fresh water is contained in this lake. Its purest water creates an incredible world in winter when the lake at one moment is covered with ice crust.
Every year I capture an Easter squirrel photo series. Always with new scenes and props. This time the big difference is that there is still 1-meter snow laying in the end of March here in the middle of Sweden.
The first week of March, Romania greeted spring with heavy snowfalls and extreme cold weather as temperatures dropped under -20 degrees Celsius. The whole country was under orange alert for a few days, and schools closed for one week to the joy of many kids but the city looked like a winter wonderland, very surreal under all the snow.
Last week was extremely cold in my country, the Netherlands. February 28th was the coldest 28th of February in history, breaking the record set in 1904. It’s crazy to experience this kind of weather here while some of my friends in Norway and Iceland are having warmer weather. Temperatures of around -10°C (14°F) at night […]
Hi, I'm Gabriel, a photographer based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Below you can see a small part of the snowy moments from the most famous places in Amsterdam - 11th Dec 2017.
I noticed I was photographing my own kids less and less. The weather was cold outside, the days were dark, the schedule was busy, there never seemed a "right time". I decided to keep my camera close by at home to capture what pulled at my heart, whatever that may be.
All images by Nandakumar Narasimhan. Used with Creative Commons permission. The most effective and enduring travel photos create a picture of a place by telling a story. This is what aspiring travel photographers work to learn and achieve through practice and trust in their sense of adventure. If you’re one of these creatives who is seeking
The last few days, Moscow is flooded with snow. For photographers this is a great time. The city becomes clean and beautiful.
The start of 2018 saw New York City making it to global headlines for the snowstorm that pummeled and paralyzed the metropolis. While that was a case of extreme weather that hits the city every few years, New York-based photographer and filmmaker Franck Bohbot shows that snowfall can also turn the Big Apple into a cinematic winter wonderland.
The unique and moody imagery of winter will always be a source of inspiration, stories, and ideas for photographers. It doesn't matter where you are in the world; as long as winter comes to your city, you're bound to find something worth capturing.
A few years ago when I was studying photography I wanted to document the power of the nature and one of the most special experiences in Israel is to watch the huge numbers of cranes that land at hula valley at the winter, to rest and refill their energy to continue migrating to Africa.
Merry Force Be With You! I Couldn’t Wait To The Premiere So I Created Xmas Themed Lego Star Wars Photos
Yeahh, the new Star Wars episode is almost here! Or if you reading this article after the release "Yeah, the new Star Wars episode is here!" I am a big LEGO / SW fan and I love creating stories with these little figures.
In a simple but also charming photo diary, French photographer Julien Fumard shows us what it's like to spend winter in the northernmost region of Finland, warmed by the company of some adorable sled dogs.
If you've seen and loved the faces and scenes of Cuba captured in cinematic style by Stijn Hoekstra, you'll surely enjoy this featured set. The Amsterdam-based cinematographer and photographer wows us again with his beautiful photography, this time with a series of cinematic snaps of winter in his city.
This has been a project I've been working on since last year. A friend of mine suggested that a multi seasonal photo set would look great for a blog post. As the months went on it was getting hard to remain consistent with the different locations and only the living room set was completed.
My name is Tom Rex Jessett, as a photographer I love nothing more than exploring the world and sharing its beauty with people. Not everybody wants to visit locations in harsh conditions even though it is often more beautiful.