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Ireland

The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500km route that winds its way along the west coast of Ireland. Towering cliffs, bustling towns and a lifestyle inspired by the sea – that’s what you’ll find on the world’s longest signposted coastal route. All the landscape photographs I present here were taken along this unique route. I’ve been to Ireland twice and although it’s less well known for landscape photography, it offers some spectacular locations such as the Cliffs of Moher, Dunmore Head, the Skellig Islands, the Lakes of Killarney, Connemara and the tiny Dunquin Pier. The fickle Irish weather is no

Landscape photography : 4 easily accessible waterfalls in French-speaking Switzerland

Switzerland is both my place of origin and my current place of residence. For a long time, I preferred to travel the world and photograph places that I considered extraordinary. But Switzerland is beautiful and perfect for landscape photography. In this blog post, I showcase my four favorite waterfalls in French-speaking Switzerland, all of which are easily accessible and perfect for long exposure landscape photography. These waterfalls are hidden away in the cantons of Vaud and Fribourg. They can all be reached in just a few minutes on foot, so you can return to see them in any season. I’ll

Maldives

Described as paradise on earth, the Maldives is also a playground for landscape photography. The small atoll of Thudufushi, measuring a mere 240 x 194m, provided me with ample light and atmosphere to capture some magnificent photographs. In September, the weather in the Maldives is changeable, with intermittent rain throughout the day. As a big fan of dramatic skies, this was the perfect time for me to visit. Throughout the day, clouds form, some of which darken ominously. Then, in just a few minutes, the paradisiacal atoll is transformed into a desert island at the edge of the world, inundated

Faroe Islands

Embark on a captivating exploration of the rugged landscapes and vibrant skies of the Faroe Islands. From dramatic cliffs to serene shores, each island offers a unique beauty waiting to be captured through my lens. The Faroe Islands are one of those places that have always made me dream: dramatic, epic, and wonderful. From Streymoy to Vágar, Borðoy to Kalsoy, each island reveals its unique charm and raw beauty, perfect for landscape photography. My trip begins on Vágar Island, where the stunning Drangarnir Sea Arch and the enchanting waterfalls of Múlafossur and Bøsdalafossur showcase the natural wonders of this archipelago

Behind the lens: photographing Switzerland’s epic Zinal ice cave

Do you dream of photographing an ice cave? When you envision ice caves, perhaps you picture them tucked away in remote, inaccessible corners of the world. Yet, surprisingly, Switzerland boasts its own enchanting ice caves, some of which are easily reachable by foot.   In this article, I explain how to get to the Zinal ice cave and how to prepare for successful landscape photography. At the end of the article, I’ll share the camera settings I used for my panorama of the Zinal ice cave.    The Zinal ice cave is a dynamic natural wonder, constantly evolving with each passing year. With every winter

The November Glow: landscape photography in the Dolomites

In landscape photography, the Dolomites and the Italian Alps are simply beautiful. Last november, I did a three-day road journey through this breathtaking region. Between the semi-snow-covered landscapes, the still-yellow trees and the partially frozen lakes, the magic of autumn and winter blending together is there for all to see! During this time, many accommodations, eateries, and ski facilities tend to shutter their doors. However, this creates an opportune moment to explore the Dolomites, as the typically bustling locales lay peacefully deserted. Below, I present my selection of 7 enchanting sites for landscape photography in the Dolomites during November, easily

Mountains of Switzerland

Beyond the Mist: A Photographic Exploration of Ice Caves, Foggy Peaks, and Enchanting Waterfalls in the Swiss Alps The Alps are an emblem of Switzerland and I consider them to be the guardians of my country. Through this series of landscape photographs, I hope to honour and immortalise their beauty by sharing with you some images of their untouchable horizons. Nestling in the heart of the Swiss mountains, there are many fabulous places to photograph, such as ice caves, glaciers, snow-capped peaks, and poignant blue lakes. To begin your visual adventure, I’m taking you to the ice caves of Zinal

10 Tips for Beginners in Landscape Photography

Having immersed myself in landscape photography for several years, I’m excited to offer you 10 valuable tips for optimizing your photo sessions. Drawing from my own journey and the lessons learned from my mistakes — like the infamous memory card blunder — I’m eager to share insights gleaned from personal experience. My hope is that these tips will serve as a guiding light, empowering you to enhance your own photography endeavors. 1. Mastering your shots: the importance of location research in photography Before setting out to take landscape photos, I always research the place I want to photograph. On Instagram, I

Italy : Dolomites & Venice

The Dolomites are a paradise for landscape photographers. This region of Italy is full of treasures such as Lago di Braies, renowned for its bewitching turquoise waters, and the peaks of Passo Giau. When I visited in November, the landscape presented a delicate balance between autumn and winter. The snow-capped peaks contrasted with the yellow and orange trees, creating a picturesque scene. Exploring further north, I came across the magnificent lake. Situated close to the Italian border, its understated charm, combined with the mesmerising light, provided the perfect backdrop for breathtaking photos at sunrise. But of course, no visit to

England & Scotland

This series presents my photographs of landscapes in the south of England and Scotland. Each landscape holds a piece of my heart, from the elusive beauty of the Old Man of Storr to the blazing green of the Quiraing. The capricious weather in these parts paints the landscape like a watercolour. In just a few minutes, you can go from sunshine to freezing rain. Within seconds, the clouds close in over the cliffs of Neist Point and you feel like you’re at the end of the world. Amid the epic landscapes of the Isle of Skye, the Old Man of