September 30, 2010

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Colourful Countryside Photography

Countryside landscapes are beautiful when coupled with mother-nature like mountains, animals, weather and people. Vast countryside is best captured with a wide angle lens and a small aperture – and a polariser filter or gradient filter can help enormously when coping with the spread of light. Although, High Dynamic Range Photography is very popular with landscape photography, which combines multiple light intensities to produce a better photograph that comes close or even better than what a human eye would see – so you might like to try that as well!

Browse these photographs while analysing the photographs for clues to how you might have photographed it or improved it with your own perspective or techniques – for the next time you are out there shooting, also have a look into the photographer’s work for more ideas by simply clicking their image!

The Setting Sun and the Farm

Here comes the sun...

Lakes 2007_S04262

Corn

Wheat

Combine harvester

Field of wheat

XP Bliss 2

Tuscany dunes - Val D'Orcia

Misty Western France

Into the Clouds

All Along the Watchtower

High Dynamic Tuscany | The Last Minute Sun

Harvest (Summer Memories)

.Champagne.

one tree rainbow

Lonely, in yellow...

Lights! Lights over there...

You will have to Pinch Yourself to know if it's Real. Hualien at its Best on a Good Sunny Day.

Spring in England

Moulin

Para Urugallu... un trocín de la tierrina

Happy Together

Y un dia finalmente me levante temprano

afternoon in south yorkshire, england

Belpasso - Countryside contrast of colours :: HDR

playing around with selections

The Sheep and the Lonely House

Bluebells in Micheldever Wood, Hampshire

The Lamps and the Sakura

Enter the Dragonfly

Laotian countryside

windmill

Harvest

wheat is ready to harvest...

rows upon rows

Ride Through the Countryside

Friendship

Once Upon A Time

A Fjord to Remember

This is Peace

sun gleams over the sea

English Harvest

BG Stock 142

Weidenthal. sunset

Vin

Savill Gardens, Windsor Great Park

Grass-eye View

panorama bwj

Fence

'Odd Formations', England, The Peak District, Kinder Scout Hilltop

Autumn

le Marche - onda verde

The Bamboo Forest and some great Twitter Lists to follow

Crowd control

A Weekend in Wyoming

Hola Valley, Norway

Meadow of Yellow Flowers and Mountains

Wildebeest

Exploring the Valleys Beyond the Fjords of Akureyri

NEW "Hay Bale" version

Glastonbury Tor Spring Dawn

A View from the Ranch in Argentina and Guest Hosting on This Week in Photography

Red trees, LWPF, & a path

The Lonely Road to the Dinosaur Dig

An Icelandic country church

Drought and flooding rain

Spanish Hills Country Club

Country

DOLOMITI - VAL DI FUNES - SANTA MADDALENA E ODLE

harvested

Green Carpet

What the Pyramid Rock is cooking!! :D

Về thôi.

Sublimated

Connecting the greens

Dolomiti - Alpe di Siusi

If you’d like to know more about this technique or want more inspiration please follow this link:

Digital Photography School Landscape Photography Tutorial

Basic Landscape Photography Tips:

Thank you to all the photographers that allow their photographs to be freely shared!

All Photographs shown here are © Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike!

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  1. Oct 1 2010

    Wow! These are incredible! I wish I could take photos like these…

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  2. Oct 1 2010

    Many lovely scenes in this collection. Thanks for including a couple of mine :-)

    Reply
    • Oct 1 2010

      Thanks Angus, your photographs are excellent!

      Reply
  3. Anita
    Oct 27 2015

    Dear Anguskirk

    I request your permission for using a figure available in the below in our publication.

    http://www.flickriver.com/photos/anguskirk/2817575022/

    Thanks
    Anita

    Reply

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