Nature and Landscapes
Urban and City
Imagine this - you are getting ready for some night photography. You pick a late time, grab the car and go to a location that is usually always empty! You set up your stuff, hit the shutter release and wait patiently for something like 25 seconds. And in this moment (!) a lonely car drives by :D
In this case, it was not actually so bad as the image turned out rather cool! Together with the mountains in the back as well as the nice cloud cover I am kinda glad I was interrupted, hehe.
Here is another one from the Brooklyn Bridge - I got relatively lucky as there were not that many people around! The ropes are perfect to use a wide angle lens, so dont forget yours when you head over!
Sometimes I wonder how great landscape photography can be. It dies not just get you to places you otherwise might never go, but it also lets you appreciate little things such as unusual sunsets. In this case, I was just standing in front of the Arches National Park when I realised this odd red line just randomly in the sky. Perfect, but strange.
Read more about the creation of this image over at http://letsimage.com/2017/02/how-to-post-process-landscape-images-in-photoshop-arches-entrance-beginner-tutorial.html