The Giants Causeway in Ireland is something else. These strange rock formations cover the whole ground – and with the ocean right there, it makes for stunning scenes. Ireland is small and if you ever visit, try to make this part of your must-see places!
New Photo: Sticking Out
One thing I have to train myself in is to pay attention to unusual perspectives and angles. I often get stuck looking at my environment the same way – so my photos often have the same look and feel. Gotta break that habit, right?
Here, I was walking along a cliff in Bavaria, Germany, and noticed this little branch sticking out on the side. What you see in the background are trees from rather far above – so altogether, I thought with a little color we can really make this little dude stand out. And we did – and we did.
New Photo: Gone Are The Words
I mean … just look at it! There is nature, and then there is NATURE! You are looking at a scene from the Lofoten Islands in Norway – one that was just too stunning. We had to climb from our Rorbu (a traditional fishing hut) onto a little nearby hill for about 10 min. That was enough to be rewarded with stunning views all around. I was rather angry that I cut off that straw ball thingy at the bottom, but the vista still tells you enough. It tells you to pack your bags and book your next flight to the Lofoten Islands!
New Photo: Sahara Views
Here is another view from that balloon ride we did in the Sahara in Egypt. There is a little building in that rockface for scale.
Easily Edit Stunning Wildlife Photos With Luminar Neo
Luminar Neo is an amazing photo editing software. Wildlife photo editing can be tough though – and I thought that this photo of a monkey here was totally lost to me. However, using Luminar Neo, I was able to create a stunning wildlife photo out of one rather terrible original RAW file. Check out the above video to see exactly how to fix dark wildlife images with ease in Luminar Neo. Strap in and start easily editing your wildlife photos today! I’m gonna dive into my hard drives and find more monkeys from back in Japan, hehe.