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The Lightshow by StefanHefele The Lightshow by StefanHefele

The Lightshowby StefanHefele

Photography / Animals, Plants & Nature / Landscapes©2013-2014 StefanHefele
"THE LIGHT SHOW" - Lofoten 2013

After 10 days in the breathtaking beautiful Northern Norway I now present the first photographic work.
You can see here a typical-striking Lofoten-mountain, which I found in a bay near Unstadvika.
In early February, the sun is still all day extremely deep and enchants us with a monumental light mood.

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FinalFlash0 Aug 31, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is the Lord of the Rings~ xD
Beautiful as your entire work!
acoresjo88 Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Your beautiful work is featured here.
Please have a look at the feature and comment on or fave it. Keep up the great quality!
Amazing capture, *StefanHefele! :wow: The sunset behind the mountain is absolutely gorgeous! :eyepopping: And thanks to the details that your camera picked up, I can really appreciate the textures of the rocks and the moss and also the snow-covered mountain. Excellent! :clap:
Nice photo! I have one comment though. Why do you have foreground in 2/3 of the picture? In my opinion, you need to point your camera more up than here, because all I keep staring at is the rocks in the foreground. Same thing with some of your other landscape photos, too much foreground. The main part of the picture gets squeezed into the top 1/3.
StefanHefele Mar 1, 2013  Professional Photographer
Thank you for your feedback! This is common style in the (portrait)landscape photography.
Most time, the details are not hidden in the sky, but in the foreground. Take a look at
other professional landscape photographers. For example one of the best on our planet,
Marc Adamus [link]
Thank you for your reply. I get the point. I looked at Marc's photos and I see one difference in some of yours and his photos. He seems to be shooting from a lower angle than you. He still has about 2/3 of the pic as foreground, but the camera is closer to the ground and pointing a bit more towards the horizon than your pictures. It's a subtle difference, but I think you would benefit from doing it that way. You'll get lots of detail in the foreground, but also a great composition, perspective and look at the horizon/sky. I dont get the feeling that I'm looking "down" at the ground on hos photos, compared to yours, although your photos are really nice:)
StefanHefele Mar 2, 2013  Professional Photographer
Ok, I can see your point. Thank you for your feedback and I will see how to deal with it :-)!
SushiDesigns Feb 24, 2013  Student Photographer
Woah what an amazing photo! Lovely colors and a very beautiful 2/3 composition!
zenonzgwadalupy Feb 17, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
very nice pics
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