Scapes Blog Series

The one field of photography I feel like I really lack in is landscape. I can never really figure out how to compose and edit landscape photos. I’m deciding as a way to improve is to start a blog series and post landscape photos and then the next part I depend on you. I need some honest and critical feedback on these photos. As G Eazy once said “criticism is worth some more than compliments” on the song “Been On”, which is featured on his  “These Things Happen” album.  The way this blog series will work is that I will post a Scapes (landscape/seascape/cityscape)  once a week, but it won’t be on a consistent day. I’m experimenting with scheduling at the moment.

The first Scapes photo is a seascape taken on an early morning in Koh Rong, Cambodia.

Every morning I on the island I would wake up around 6 in the morning and go adventure through the shore. All these adventures were accompanied by camera and somewhat documented. This was outside the villa we were staying at and it was beautiful. The sunrise colors on this island were very saturated and rich in vibrance. The shallow shores of the beach had wooden boats anchored all around that added raw atmosphere and culture. I got a few ideas in my head that ended up resulting with this photo. I always have found landscape photography hard as I can’t figure a creative twist to it. I have the utmost respect for the landscape photographers because you truly have gifted eyes. 

So please comment down below with some honest feedback!

Thank you and have a good day,

Dominik Magdziak (:

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