Fine art landscape photography

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I have been getting quite experimental with my photography this year and recently stumbled upon ICM, or Intentional Camera Movement photography. I fell into the work of photographer Andy Gray and was immediately blown away by the painterly feel of his images.

Aldo Croci Torti
Alessandro Puccinelli on Behance Contemporary Art Photography, Art Photography Portrait, Landscape Photography Tips, Coastal Landscape, Photography Awards, Contemporary Landscape, Underwater Photography, Ocean Waves, Vintage Photography

I'm a fine art and industrial photographer, living between Italy and Portugal. At the age of 16 I had the great good fortune, especially living in Italy, a country not widely known for big waves, of discovering the joy of surfing. From that moment forward was born a strong link with the sea that still today profoundly influences my life choices, both professionally and personally. The choice of placing the sea centre stage in my life positively affects my personal work which, in truth, is…

Inspiring shot of a beautiful place near my home. Photo by Gary McParland. Nature Photography, Trees, Horror, Dark Forest, Dark Hedges, Nature Photography Trees, Light In The Dark, Tree Photography, Landscape Photography Trees

A cars headlights shines through the thick fog before sunrise at The Dark Hedges. The Dark Hedges is an avenue of 300 year old beech trees situated along Bregagh Road 3 miles from the village of Stranocum. They are a tourist attraction and are photographed regularly. Game of thrones fans will recognise it as the location used for The Kings Road.

Reference Photos — Fine Art Pastels by Phil Bates Nature, Humour, Environmental Art, Art, Landscape Photography, Environment Photography, Landscape Concept, Landscape Art, Landscape Photos

At least half of my painting effort goes into shooting good reference photos. I “create” my composition in the viewfinder and shoot with as wide dynamic range as possible. Lately I have been using a drone to get shots that would have been impossible before. In order to get the widest dynamic range, I shoot bracketed photos at different f-stops then process them on my computer with Photomatix. I shoot thousands of photos, often visiting the same places at different times of day to find…

nestor romero