15 Stunning Photographs of Cliffs To Inspire Your Next Landscape Adventure


If you are slightly familiar with my photography, you'll know I am many things, but landscape photographer doesn't spring to mind. Nevertheless, I enjoy looking at great landscape photographs, and today I want to make a gallery to one of my favorite geological phenomena, cliffs!

Here is a brief but stunning collection depicting some really beautiful cliffs from around the world!

Photo by Trail
Photo by Valdemaras D.
Photo by Jamie Fenn
Photo by Greg Hadala

If you are into making landscape photography, you should definitely take a spin at over at the Landscape Photography Forum.  

And also do forget this page here on Light Stalking is our shrine to landscape photography and we hope that it will encourage you to invest more time into the wonder that is Landscape Photography.

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Photo by Tobias Oetiker
Photo by Zoltan Fekeshazi
Photo by Yves Sinoir
Photo by Wojtek Witkowski
Photo by Jacob Stone

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Are You Getting The Best Out Of Your Landscape Photography?

If you've ever wondered why a scene, that looked so gorgeous in person, now looks flat and uninteresting in your photograph or if you've ever returned from vacation feeling dissatisfied because your images did not capture the natural beauty that you witnessed with your own eyes then The Complete Landscape Photography Guide is for you.

This guide, by award-winning author and photographer Kent DuFault, will show you how:

  • To choose the right camera and lenses for Landscape Photography
  • To find (and capture) the unique images that nobody else gets
  • A pro shoots AND post-processes their images for art gallery quality!
  • Your chosen POV, can make, or break, your image
  • To shoot landscape photography at night! Including how to capture beautiful star trails
  • To properly use graduated filters…for spectacular results
  • And much more
Photo by Nadine Shaabana
Photo by Ehud Neuhaus
Photo by Dallin Holding
Photo by Gavin Van Wagoner
Photo by Leon McBride

Take a look at The Complete Landscape Photography Guide here

Further Reading

Don't forget out wonder resource page on Landscape Photography – we love that you can get all these resources in one place and we hope it helps you to become a great landscape photographer.

Further Learning

Do check out Kent DuFault's The Complete Landscape Photography Guide. It is comprehensive in its training and the illustrations give you the visuals to help you grasp the concepts of great landscape photography. Better still are the assignments that help you put your learnings into practice.

Click here to get The Complete Landscape Photography Guide today

What We Recommend for Landscape Photography

Want to really hone down your landscape photography skills? Then these are the premium resources that will take you there if you put in the work to follow them.

  1. landscape photography icon  Landscape Photography Guide – This is a detailed guide by Kent Dufault that will give you all of the basics of shooting landscapes. It covers setup, basic composition, lighting and gear. This is a great all-rounder guide.
  2. photography icon  The Landscape Magic Lightroom Toolkit – When you are ready to start post-production on your landscape photos, then this toolkit gives your specially developed Lightroom presets, brushes and filters that will make them pop. It also comes with a shooting guide and several landscape photo “recipes” so you can follow along.
  3. abstract photography icon  Advanced Composition – The fact is that a great landscape requires great composition. If you want to take your landscape shots well beyond the rule of thirds, then this is the guide you will want to take very seriously.

About Author

Federico has a decade of experience in documentary photography, contributes some free images to the community and is a University Professor in photography. You can get to know him better here.

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