I miss traveling and by now I must sound like a broken record. A few years ago I visited Tuscany while leading a workshop there with Art Wolfe. Here are a select few images showing just how colorful Tuscany is.
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One of the most picturesque areas of Italy is the dolomites. The mountains and villages are straight out of a storybook. This little valley is just one of those places. Not too many places have a view that lloks like thgis. I have been to the Dolomites a few times and each time find new locations that make the area so special.
I always like this image. I have been going through my files of the last few years prepping images for an online store. It’s a good exercise and every photographer should do it. This is one from one og=f my Italy trips. It tells its own story. Lonely trees, big field and giant sky with magnificent clouds. Shot with a long lens from a distance only makes it stand out even more.
I really love Italy and especially Tuscany. The Dolomites are another favorite part of Italy I visit often. This was shot one morning early as the sun was coming up and I caught the fog in the valley. Made with a Phase One camera and an IQ180 camera, it’s kind of an iconic shot of Tuscany. I softened it a little bit to add to the feel of the picture.
There are few things better than standing on a hill in Tuscany, Italy and watching the sun come up. Tuscany is a magical place with a charm and feel all its own. Small villages and magnificent landscapes are everywhere. I enjoy sunrises when you get the low fog in the valley showing up. It adds depth and layers to the landscape and the photograph.
The Dolomites in Italy is an amazing area for a wide range of photography. Majestic mountains, incredible sunrises and sunsets and beautiful villages tucked away in little mountain hideaways. This image was made at sunrise and the Phase One IQ 180 back allowed the wide dynamic range to be captured. What an amazing location!
One of the prettiest places I have visited in recent years is the Dolomites in Italy. There are so many beautiful landscapes to photograph. One morning w did a sunrise shoot along a road with this church and small village in the foreground. It was one of those grand sunrises as you can see.
I made my first trip the Dolomites, Italy this year and I will certainly be back. This is a pano image of Alpe Di Diusi. You will be overwhelmed if you visit this location especially when the sun sets and rises. Quite a place.
This is another image from my growing Dolomites Collection. It has been a fantastic week of photography. Definitely planning another trip back to this region. So many places to shoot and weather makes such a difference. I’ll get a gallery up on this site soon.