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  1. sky blue in high with a stunning texture Cloud while on shot
  2. Why so many landscape photographers avoid shooting directly into the sun? Even some famous YouTube vlogers, allegedly specialized in landscape photography, don't know how to make the picture on the best possible way when shooting into the sun, and then avoiding it. Because they just don't know how to make a perfect exposition, or because they are lazy to learn basic techniques of blending multiple exposures in Photoshop when the dynamic range is too large, or because they only use Lightroom and sliders in it, that can ruin a photo if they are used excessively. Unfortunately I think that maybe all of this mentioned is true a little bit. In some situations, you can search for the composition for centuries, but if it is obvious that the best composition requires photographing directly against the sun, then you need to know how to accomplish it in the best possible way if you want to become a true landscape photographer. When you learn the necessary techniques, learn how to avoid nasty flare etc. - then begins the search for the perfect sunstar (sunburst). I'm interested in yours opinion and you can freely posted here your photo in relation to this topic.
  3. From the album: Aris Abdullah

    How do I improve the cropping of the image? Thanks in advance for your help
  4. https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-30003520-stock-footage-solar-eclipse-time-lapse-vancouver-bc-canada.html?src=gallery/DZOsz3AKNyMR2v7Vehrc_w:1:2/3p https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-30003517-stock-footage-solar-eclipse-time-lapse-vancouver-bc-canada.html?src=gallery/DZOsz3AKNyMR2v7Vehrc_w:1:3/3p https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-30003511-stock-footage-solar-eclipse-time-lapse-vancouver-bc-canada.html?src=gallery/DZOsz3AKNyMR2v7Vehrc_w:1:5/3p
  5. From the album: Stonehaven my home town

    Visit Dunnottar Castle for an and discover the importance of an impregnable fortress that holds many rich secrets of Scotland’s colourful past. The dramatic and evocative ruined cliff top fortress was the home of the Earls Marischal, once one of the most powerful families in the land. Dunnottar Castle played an important role in Scottish history, from its Pictish roots right the way through to the Jacobite uprising. Because of its strategic location and defensive strength. Dunnottar Castle is best known as the place where the Honour of Scotland, the Scottish crown jewels, were hidden from Oliver Cromwell’s invading army in the 17th century. The property of the Keiths from the 14th century, and the seat of the Earl Marischal, Dunnottar declined after the last Earl forfeited his titles by taking part in the Jacobite rebellion of 1715. Dunnottar Castle is steeped in mystery and intrigue! Dunnottar Castle (Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Fhoithear, "fort on the shelving slope") is a ruined medieval fortress located upon a rocky headland on the north-east coast and is a must visit destination for anyone planning to visit Scotland. The surviving buildings are largely of the 15th and 16th centuries, but the site is believed to have been fortified in the early middle ages. To learn of its history and see its keeps, halls, vaults and walls, visit the Dunnottar Castle which lies just south of Stonehaven. It is a 40 minute walk either along the cliff path or coastal road. The ruins of the castle are spread over 1.4 hectares (3.5 acres), surrounded by steep cliffs that drop to the North Sea, 50 metres (160 ft) below. A narrow strip of land joins the headland to the mainland, along which a steep path leads up to the gatehouse. The various buildings within the castle include the 14th-century tower house as well as the 16th-century palace. Dunnottar Castle is a scheduled monument, and twelve structures on the site are listed buildings. William Wallace, Mary Queen of Scots, the Marquis of Montrose and the future King Charles II have graced the Castle with their presence. Most famously though, it was at Dunnottar Castle that a small garrison held out against the might of Cromwell’s army for eight months and saved the Scottish Crown Jewels, the ‘Honours of Scotland’, from destruction. Scotland has some magnificently located castles, but if we had to pick just one to trust with our lives in a time of great danger, then it would without any doubt be Dunnottar Castle. No other Scottish castle comes close in terms of a sense of sheer brooding impregnability. This is a castle which looks across to the nearby coastal cliffs and whose presence, even today, conveys a very simply message: "Don't mess with me." The outcrop of rock on which Dunnottar Castle stands might have been designed specifically to permit the building of the most impregnable fortress in Scotland. Sheer cliffs 160ft high almost completely surround a flat area over three acres in size. The rock was once joined by a narrow fin to the mainland, but even this was carved away to ensure access along it was not possible.

    © Image copyright to Frederick Tony zaccarini

  6. This photo shows the flight of a bird while it flew past me at a beach in Seattle. I've superimposed multiple images to show the path the bird took. This photo was rejected by Shutterstock with the reason "Focus--Subject is blurry, too soft, or out of focus when viewed at full resolution.". I've looked at the image at different zoom levels but haven't been able to spot any lack of focus. Please suggest what's wrong with this image so I can try to fix it and/or improve future photographs. Thanks!

    © Mayank Yadav

  7. From the album: nature

    sunset creative click view
  8. effects of fire in the forest

    © Viktor Yelantsev

  9. Lizard lounging on a rock by a swimming pool.

    © DCurrin

  10. joanna sobon

    view

    From the album: Spain

  11. joanna sobon

    Croatia

    From the album: Croatia

    © joanna sobon

  12. joanna sobon

    sun

    From the album: Croatia

    © joanna sobon

  13. From the album: Croatia

    © joanna sobon

  14. From the album: Croatia

    © joanna sobon

  15. joanna sobon

    red boat

    From the album: Croatia

    © joanna sobon

  16. From the album: Croatia

    © joanna sobon

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