40 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!

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.

Photo by Kace Rodriguez

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Photo by Jeff Sheldon

Photo by Nick Diamantidis

Photo by Vincent Guth

Photo by Jasper van der Meij

Photo by Jonathan Bean

Photo by Tom Hoppe

Photo by Jeremiah Davis

Photo by Jay Wennington

Photo by Pierre Bouillot

Landscape photography is just amazing – you are outside, enjoying the wondrous environment and doing what you love. But let's get real, landscape photography is challenging. It takes certain steps to create compelling landscape photographs. That is where The Complete Landscape Photography Guide will transform your landscapes. This guide is jam-packed with 237 pages of training, illustrations, and assignments to take your photography to the next level.

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Photo by Isabella Juskova

Photo by Warren Wong

Photo by Joseph Barrients

Photo by Andrew Ridley

Photo by Loreta Pavoliene

Photo by Cosmic Timetraveler

Photo by Cosmic Timetraveler

Photo by Tyson Dudley

Photo by Cam Adams

Photo by Matt Cannon

Photo by Cam Adams

Photo by Robert Magnusson

Photo by Jeremy Bishop

Photo by Matt Palmer

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

Take a look at The Complete Landscape Photography Guide here

Photo by David Marcu

Photo by Elias Ehmann

Photo by Brennan Barrows

Photo by Stas Kulesh

Photo by Thomas Verleene

Photo by Neil Iris

Photo by George Sparks

Photo by Red Morley Hewitt

Photo by Wocjciech Szarturski

Photo by Tanner Larson

Photo by Garrett Sears

Photo by Will Langenberg

Photo by Rucksack Magazine

Photo by Joshua Cowan

Photo by George Hiles

Photo by Taylor Leopold

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.

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About the author

Federico Alegria

Federico is one of our staff writers and has 10 years of experience in making documentary photography, he is currently working in long-term photo essays and you can see more of his work here. He is also a professor at a design-focused University, and is currently pursuing his PhD (and of course, his thesis is around Photography). His work has been featured in museums, newspapers and magazines. He is currently based in El Salvador.

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