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  1. From the album: Italy 2021

    Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about dancing in the rain. This stormy image captures the beauty of Naples Italy from a distance. The brooding sky and approaching storm was intimidating to watch but so exciting to shoot.

    © HARJAND LLC 2021

  2. From the album: Italy 2021

    The focal point of this piece is the stormy sky, which creates a dramatic yet subtle backdrop for the buildings and water. The combination of blue and orange skies and stormy clouds provides a sense of the 'right place, right time' I felt while watching the storms roll over Naples.

    © HARJAND LLC 2021

  3. Dutchess County, 2022.
  4. Hello! I'm not 100% sure, but it looks like there is no generic open thread for landscape photography. There are a couple of Australian and New Zealand landscape threads, sunsets. And many specific threads containing the word "landscape." But I didn't find one more generic like the "I like film" thread (to say one). So, I thought it was interesting to have all an inspiring open thread for general landscape photography. Admins, please correct me if I'm wrong, edit the title. I'm IN anyway to be inspired by landscape photos taken with M cameras (digital and film). 🙂 I start with this picture I took yesterday during the super full moon night. It was very bright. M10 + 2.8/35 ZM + tripod iso 1600 - 8 sec - f/4
  5. Another view of the Marlborough Downs, taken with the APO Telyt-M 135 (on M240) on the same walk as 'Formation Eating Team'. Normally I would have taken wide-angle lenses, but using 135mm forces a re-think and a re-examination of the landscape.
  6. "True perfection acquires only the tree which stands alone" - Toyotama Tsuno M240, APO Telyt-M 135mm, SEfexPro2.
  7. The last sunday was the only day we had snow here. We started for a place in our city where there was field and forest both because we wanted to vocer as much as possible for a couple of hours. Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm
  8. Walking on the ramparts of the Iron Age fort at Barbury Castle, Wiltshire. M7, C-Sonnar 50mm, Neopan 400, Rodinal.
  9. This week has been an inspiring (but tiring) week. I attended a course entitled 'Spirit of Place' at the Marlborough College Summer School. The main thrust of the course was to capture the atmosphere and history of the Marlborough Downs, its landscape, heritage and buildings. The weather was not terribly kind to us but it did at least offer some interesting cloudscapes. On Wed afternoon I trudged up to the top of Knap Hill, overlooking the Vale of Pewsey. Sans tripod, I wondered at the possibility of capturing a blur-free image due to the strong, gusting wind. Anyway, here is one result, looking east along Tan Hill Way. M9, Summaron 35mm f2.8.
  10. Last weekend I attended a workshop in Berlin: Urban Landscape, a workshop exploring man-altered landscape photography. As a subject, the choice was Public Park at "Gleisdreieck" (a formerly triangular junction of two metro lines and still a famous metro stop in Berlin). Taught by sculptor, photographer and art educator Martin Pfahler, the workshop was organized by PhotoWerkBerlin. Instructions and photographic practice were inspiring, and refreshingly non equipment oriented. I posted an account of my own results on my recently launched blog: Various Velocities: “Am Gleisdreieck” Public Park Berlin | Norbert Steinkamp. These and all other photos of the series were taken with an M240 & Summilux 50mm ASPH (sorry I'm allowing myself a bit of equipment orientation in the Leica forum): Public Park "Am Gleisdreieck" Berlin © Norbert Steinkamp 2013 Public Park "Am Gleisdreieck" Berlin © Norbert Steinkamp 2013 Public Park "Am Gleisdreieck" Berlin © Norbert Steinkamp 2013 Best regards, Norbert
  11. Beech Copse on the Ridgeway from Hackpen Hill. M9, 75mm Summarit, SEfexPro2.
  12. Guest

    Rocky Seascape

    Seascape by Børge Indergaard, on Flickr © Borge Indergaard 2013 Bo Photography Leica M Monochrom, Summilux 35 FLE, deep red filter
  13. Again we have snowfall and there seems to be no end to it. I am waiting for the first signs of spring but this has to wait then. This is in our immediate neighbourhood and easily one can spend a few hours there with such a scenery. I thought about this as B&W series but decided to leave it in this monochrome colorversion. All with Canon 5D MKII wrapped in a plastic foil, Elmarit R 90 mm, polarizer. Unfortunately the crispness has suffered from scaling down to forum size. But have a look and share walk with snowfall.
  14. Last years camping trip through Mosamik brings nice Memories. All pictures with Leica Vlux-3
  15. Would like to get from the Leica Masters, their suggestions and recommendations on how to enjoy a take great landscape pictures. Next weekend I’ll be in a Palouse Photo Tour .. with plenty of beautiful landscapes, abandon houses, sunrises and sunsets .. after joining Leica club 2009 I’ve been primary shooting street photography but not really landscape. I’ll bring my M 240 and MP and few selection of lens ..Questions for the masters; what’s best Lens trio for Landscape, filters and setups ? If you don’t know the Palouse this link will show you few example on what I’m going to find. https://www.flickr.com/search/?q=palouse .
  16. Hi, I went to the Yellow Stone three weeks ago. It was soooo amazing and I jus want to show you some of my work... ... Thanks for Watching.
  17. Taken during a local stroll yesterday with my M7 & C-Sonnar 50mm f1.5. Tri-X @ ISO 200 and Rodinal 1:50.
  18. A warm welcome awaits at Paradise Farm... M7, C-Sonnar 50mm f1.5, Tri-X, Rodinal.
  19. and families come out to play. M9 + 1955 Summicron 5cm collapsible LTM.
  20. The cloud is clearing, the sun breaking through, the mist rising in the distance - but the sheep carry on regardless (oblivious?)... M9, Elmarit-M 90mm f2.8.
  21. these days are rih in color and vivid sky panoramas. Our landscape here is slightly hilly, scattered houses and buildings are often spoiling the view. So we always try to find places with calm and undisturbed vantage points. Contrast were high so I tried a series in b&w Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm, polarizer, ND graded filter X1 X1
  22. Marine Drive, Mumbai. Also know as the Queen’s necklace. X Vario
  23. October 2018 Bryce Canyon. Very early morning in the morning just after sunrise the light kept us in suspense but not for long before it vanished. But the weather was changing constantly during daytime and we were enthusiastic about the quality of light and the wide range of red , orange and pink shades everywhere.
  24. Following a week in Glasgow where I had to go for a business trip I did spend a weekend on the Isle of Skye. Having seen many excellent photos from there the Isle of Skye is one of my "100 places to go and shoot" list. No luck with light and weather, however, Skye turned out to be on that weekend a real photographer's "wet dream". Making the best out of it, I decided to post process the photos in B&W (using Silver Efex Pro 2). Going to show some of the photos here, hope you like them and looking forward to your "likes" and comments;). SL with VE2,8-4/24-90mm
  25. At the suggestion of dear forum member David (wda) I am showing this picture from the Spreewald, a region in southern Brandenburg / Germany known for its many small canals, shippable by punts, here again. We went there on a short vacation with some friends last weekend and where lucky, as we had a pretty sunny weather for November. The picture was done with the Leica X-Vario and postprocessed in Lightroom. I must admit that I didn't put my Vario to use that much in the last months, which is a shame, as it is such a capable little machine. Although it will probably forever stay the "little ugly sister" in the Leica universe, I am more than glad about my decision on bying this camera. What do you think?
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