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Nature photography – Landscape pictures from far away

into the wild.

Dive into the wild -
nature photography
and its inspiring landscape pictures

Wild, full of colors but also calm and aerial – my camera gets lost into the wild. In New Zealand, I simply fall in love with the pure beauty of the landscapes. In Australia, nature photography becomes an explosion of intense colors. Feet on earth or on a volcano, nature photo on travel is a way to explain what you can’t put down on postcards. That’s why I share here some snaps of our blue planet. To make your mind wander. To get you lost in nature photography and dreamy landscape pictures. From me to you. With love. Always.

Landscape pictures while being high…
near the sky - New Zealand.

Air

– nature photography in New Zealand, Tongariro national park.

Should we get a bit of altitude? To change of perspective, to escape the Common… to feel light and alive.

If you don’t mind, I will stay here for a while…

Nature photo travel is about getting upset and falling in love with the landscapes you see. . It is about contemplating before photographing.

Earth

– landscape pictures in Australia, East and West Coast.

Should we travel down under to fill up our eyes with intense colors? Exuberant, crazy, unexpected wild nature…

Wild travel photography - my feet on earth, the mind in the clouds
Australia.

The green effect of nature photography… feeling like taking a deep breath and enjoying simple things.

Doing travel photography is my way to express the atmosphere of a place.

The story behind my nature photography gallery

This nature photography gallery is made first of landscape pictures from my road trip in New Zealand.
It was basically the moment I fell into photography.
That’s probably why New Zealand is still for me the best place…
to travel, to fall in love and to do nature photography!

I got a few months later in Australia my current mirorless camera,
a Sony A6000 – also known under the name Hypolyte.

Landscape pictures - 4 tips for beginner photographers

Use a tripod. To get photos as sharp as possible and use long exposure.

Pay attention to composition. Explore the area first. Find a foreground to make the photo dynamic.

Shoot at close aperture (high f/number) if you want to capture a whole landscape. To get depth-of-field and details from the foreground to the background.

Look at the light, time of the day and weather conditions when you do nature photography.

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