35 Awe-Inspiring Photographs of Dunes

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Although desert photography is quite hard to achieve due to sand and strong light from the sun, it is always a delight.

These magnificent bodies of sand have been with us for various centuries (even thousands of years in some cases) and they are always shifting, making them mystical and very photogenic. Today we bring you a special collection of dunes from all around the globe!

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If you are interested in landscape photography, don't 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.

So please enjoy these 35 awe-inspiring photographs of dunes

Photo by Breanna Galley
Photo by Nick de la Force
Photo by Ariel Pilotto
Photo by Louis Hansel
Photo by Bou Abdellah Bou
Photo by Vera Davidova
Photo by Dyaa Eldin Moustafa
Photo by Ian Dooley
Photo by Bradley Dunn
Photo by Curly Beard
Photo by Roya Ann Miller
Photo by Nathan McBride
Photo by Nathan McBride
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Photo by Savvas Kalimeris
Photo by José Martín Ramírez
Photo by Kal Visuals
Photo by Frida Aguilar Estrada
Photo by Savvas Kalimeris
Photo by Francesco Ungaro
Photo by Jude Urban
Photo by Justine de Gennes
Photo by Peter Gonzalez
Photo by Fabien Bazanegue
Photo by Matt Artz

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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
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Photo by Randy Tarampi
Photo by Lionello DelPiccolo
Photo by Zack Woolwine
Photo by Max McKinnon
Photo by Fábio Hanashiro
Photo by Chiara Ferroni
Photo by Louis Hansel
Photo by Ismael Paramo
Photo by Mikk Tönissoo
Photo by Joshua Brown
Photo by Willian Justen de Vasconellos

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

About the author

Federico Alegria

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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