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The Touching Story of a Young Autistic Landscape Photographer

Autist Photographer Interview
We all have our own reasons for being outside photographing. For some, it's an excuse to get fresh air, get a break from their work-related stress or it's simply a way of expressing their creativity but for some, it's more than just being outside. For some, it's medicine; a moment where they're able to disconnect from their daily challenges. Einar...

Meet the Photographer who Created his Own Photography Glove Company

Vallerret Photography Gloves
A few years ago, New Zealand photographer Carl van den Boom got tired of always having cold hands when traveling to photograph the Northern Lights. His solution? Start a company and make gloves for landscape & outdoor photographers. In this interview, you'll get to know the photographer and entrepreneur behind the popular Vallerret Landscape Photography Gloves. Can you start by telling...

Photographer of the Month: Joshua Snow

Joshua Snow Interview
I am super excited to share this month's Photographer of the Month interview with American landscape photographer Joshua Snow. I've been following Joshua's photography for a long time and I'm always blown away with his constant high-quality imagery. Enjoy this interview and be sure to visit his website and social media to enjoy more of his work.

Photographer of the Month: Clint Burkinshaw

Inspirational Photographer: Clint Burkinshaw
It's a great honour to present this interview with the one and only Clint Burkinshaw. He is a talented Travel & Landscape Photographer with an incredible portfolio. Thank you Clint for taking the time to make this interview happen! Can you tell us a little about yourself and your passion for traveling? First of all, thanks very much for featuring me on CaptureLandscapes...

Photographer of the Month: William Patino

William Patino Interview
Australian landscape photographer William Patino is someone who've I've followed online since the early days of Instagram. It's been incredible to watch him develop his style and become one of the top photographers out there. In this interview, he shares an insight in his life and photography, as well as some great thoughts on his photographic philosophy....

Landscape Photography is NOT a Competition

Landscape photography is not a competition
A little more than 10 years ago I had a realization that would one day change my life forever. During an evening stroll in the local woods with my camera in hand, I became aware of just how much I love photography and what it means to me; it was at that moment I knew it would...

Photographer of the Month: Jennifer Renwick

Jennifer Renwick Interview
Jennifer Renwick's name is brought up every time I ask fellow photography lovers who they find inspiring, and it's not without a reason: her portfolio is packed with high-quality and awe-inspiring photography. For the past 4 years, she's been travelling full-time in a travel trailer and the images she's captured along the way are...

Behind the Lens: Erez Marom’s Lava Series & Melted Drone

Erez Marom Lava Photography
Hawaii is becoming an attractive destination for landscape photographers worldwide. From tropical rainforests and waterfalls to fields of lava, it's not hard to understand why. Professional photographer Erez Marom recently spent two weeks exploring the Big Island, Maui and Kauai in which 6 of those days were focused on the lava fields. Erez spent these days photographing from both a...

DJI Mavic: A Photographer’s Honest Opinion

DJI Mavic Review
My social media was full of photographers sharing their excitement when the DJI Mavic was announced. At the time, I was still using my DJI Phantom 3 Professional but I was seriously considering replacing it with the GoPro Karma. However, with the announcement of the Mavic, I decided to postpone the switch (which turned out to be a good...

How Polar Nights Made me a Better Photographer

Polar Nights Made me a Better Photographer
If you don’t live above the Arctic Circle (66° North of the Equator), there is a huge chance you’ve never experienced a phenomenon called “Polar Night”. Imagine waking up, opening your curtains and seeing total darkness. But wait until lunch. No, still dark. Afternoon? Same thing. Evening? Maybe you will see beyond a few meters if the sky is clear enough...

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