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Landscape Photography

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mjr

Guest
Here's one of my absolute favourites, Abisko, North Sweden a few years back, blowing 50mph winds easily, could hardly stand up on the ice, -30 with the frozen lake and the sun coming up and just lighting up the sky with beautiful soft colours. Leica S 006 and 70mm. Maybe not the best image anyone will see but the combination of location and time make it one of my best in my eyes.

 

jsf

Active member
I often compress a landscape with a long lens, I like the flattened look of the image. In effect playing to the two-dimensionality of the document as opposed to creating the illusion of three-dimensionality.
 

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olafphoto

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MESSAGE ABOUT MEMBERS’ EXHIBITION

In the last few weeks we have introduced a flurry of changes to the platform. You will see many more as we listen to your feedback and try to make our platform more attractive to new registrants. My team and I are also working very hard to bring you some exclusive content.

One of those changes was to introduce the Members’ Exhibition section. The idea behind it was to feature some of the best work from the platform. Having said that, we are still finetuning the submission process and criteria. If the whole thing is confusing, I apologize. Given that the entire platform is open to all genres of photography, I think it would be good to have one section of curated content.

We are going to change the process: I will be inviting some photographers to showcase their image or series of images. My team will go through daily posted images and the gallery to select certain work. Of course, all other areas of the website remain open to sharing freely. Thank you for your patience and understanding. I’ll have more exciting news shortly.
 
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