Category: Nature

Snow Art by Simon Beck

Today I’ve got another photographer for you, that clearly fits the “inspiring and creative photography ideas” category I love so much. Simon Beck could be called a big dimension snow artist, extreme endurance athlete and photographer. He graduated in Engineering from Oxford University but quit is office job to become a cartographer. On a skiing ...

Photos from the garden

Isn’t May one of the best months for us photographers? Nature is waking up everywhere and it is sunny on the one hand, so that it is possible to photographically capture the beauty all around us, but on the other it isn’t too warm like it often is in July or August, which can make ...

Sea-horse by Justin Hofman

A photo that looks amazing on the first glance but breaks your heart at the second. This moving picture of a seahorse holding onto a cotton bud was taken by Justin Hofman, a renowned wildlife and conservation photographer in one of the worlds most popular holiday locations. Indonesia. The photo of the sea horse went ...

A sea of flowers in Japan – photographed by Yuichi Yokata

When it comes to traveling, I mainly get my inspiration from photos. I’m pretty sure many of you feel the same way. 😉 Since I’m about to plan my next trip, I’ve been spending several weeks clicking through diverse photographic platforms and photo/travel blogs. In springtime, in particular, and during the popular cherry blossom season ...

Lost Places – intrigued by decay

For quite some time the fascination for abandoned places, widely known as Lost Places, has increased. More and more adventurers and photographers worldwide are looking for these mysterious locations. Urban Exploration (the urban version of the Lost Places cult) has almost become a trend and mainly photographers publishing their discoveries on social media platforms or ...

Photo Books Nature

Hey guys, today I want to talk to you about books, or to be more exact, about photo books and albums. Of course, we all like to take pictures on our own, but I bet you enjoy browsing impressive photo books as much as I do! That’s why I kept thinking about telling you a ...

SIGMA 105mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM Macro

Hey guys, Today I’d like to share my thoughts about a lens I’ve had for quite some time now. Yet I’ve been using it extremely rarely for the past couple of months, perhaps even for the last two years. I’m talking about the SIGMA 105mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM Macro! For my test images, ...

Sculptures or photo spot?

Hey guys, Today I’d like to take you for a little walk to Burgenland, to be more precise, to Sankt Margarethen. The village has a quarry and a sculpture park where you can take some longer walks with interesting things to see. Several big pieces of art made of stone are spread all over the ...

The Broccoli Tree

Landscape and wildlife photographers often keep info regarding locations and motifs they find particularly interesting to themselves. One reason for that is that in times of internet and google maps other photographers soon find out about them and the locations or motifs become “overphotographed”. One additional reason is provided by the story about a tree ...

Mountains with a halo – Reuben Wu’s stunning photography

Those among you who use Instagram a lot and who, like me, are interested in drone landscape photography in particular, probably know Reuben Wu already. With his characteristic drone light photography, the musician and photographer spellbinds thousands of followers and succeeds in portraying already stunning mountain chains and rocks as something even more overwhelming. His ...