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Grand-Remous, Quebec, Canada by Denis Hunter

Nature’s fullness is distracting. So for me, landscape photography is a discipline of the eye. I try to structure my perception of reality rather than finding an immanent order in the visible. Water captivates me. It moves, it reflects, it’s a time marker that contradicts the static aspect of a photograph. Water flowing draws its [...]

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Grand Pier, Weston Super Mare, England by Andrew Page

By day the Grand Pier at Weston Super Mare can appear to be a little unremarkable from a photography perspective. However, with a combination of evening twilight and an outgoing tide revealing pristine sand and reflections, it becomes something altogether more interesting. Add in a long exposure, in this case 170 seconds, and the scene [...]

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Porto Covo, Alentejo, Portugal by Pedro Pimenta

The excitement of explore a new location is always refreshing and get some pictures with new gear adds to it. The coastal zone of Alentejo is fairly unknown to me but since I was a kid I heard people talking about Ilha do Pessegueiro, so I just wanted to grab a shot of it. I [...]

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Robert Island, Antarctica by David Foster

I was in Antarctica with a group of wildlife photographers who, on landing, headed off immediately to photograph the elephant seals and penguins whilst I had a walk down the beach on which we had landed. I came across this beautifully coloured rock and composed to give a strong sense of place. This is one [...]

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Leo Carrillo State Beach, Malibu, California, USA by Benjamin Huseman

Long exposure photography has always been a style that I have focused on with my photos. I am always in search of a waterfall, cascades, a river, or even a fountain where the slow shutter showcases movement within a scene. The juxtaposition between the hard rocks and the ebb and flow of waves on a [...]

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Birnbeck Pier, Weston Super Mare, England by Andrew Page

This pier has long been neglected following a fire. There have been several attempts to rebuild or renovate but, for the time being, it lies derelict. For many, it is an ugly eye sore but to a photographer it is an object of interest. I chose to make a long exposure on what was a [...]

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Iles-de-Boucherville National Park, Quebec, Canada by Denis Hunter

Nature’s fullness is distracting. So for me, landscape photography is a discipline of the eye. I try to structure my perception of reality rather than finding an immanent order in the visible. Water captivates me. It moves, it reflects, it’s a time marker that contradicts the static aspect of a photograph. Water flowing draws its [...]

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Rifugio Pisciadu, Corvara in Badia, Italy by Jennifer Carr

During a two week long backpacking trip through the Italian Dolomites and an unexpected snowstorm the night before, I made the long climb to the Rifugio Pisciadu at 2587 meters in the Sella Group region near Alta Badia. With the clear night, I was looking forward to photographing a sky full of stars. I was [...]

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The Low Lighthouse, Burnham on Sea, England by Andrew Page

This little wooden lighthouse on stilts often looks a little small and lost on this long empty beach but I always feel it adds a beautiful punctuation mark to the stark emptiness. It's a place I visit often and a longer exposure shot of 250 seconds on this visit has accentuated the cloud movement and [...]

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Doonagore Castle, Ireland by Peter Seitler

We headed for the Cliff of Moher and we happened to hit Doonagore Castle at sunset. I found an elevated place and used an ND filter 1000 to get a blur in the clouds. As we rushed for the sunset to the Cliff of Moher, there was no time for experiments, but still I think [...]

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