21 Photos Of Textures In Landscapes


Textures on landscapes depict colours, shapes, forms and helps us to perceive depth on the surface of landscapes. These textures can be found everywhere around us, in rocks, water, ice, clouds, grass, sand, lava, and through other natural phenomena. Once you start noticing textures, you will be able to include them in your photography and be able to capture visually appealing shots.

When photographing landscapes, the textures themselves can stand out to be a great subject for photography or when photographing a large landscape, textures can make the image interesting and help to add drama and depth to the landscape. Here we share 21 landscape photographs of textures that can inspire you and give you ideas on how to shoot them the next time you are in the great outdoors!

When photographing landscapes, you may have felt dissatisfied because your images did not capture the beauty that you witnessed with your own eyes. If you wish to capture great landscape images, then we recommend you to check out “The Complete Landscape Photography Guide” by Photzy.

Photo by USGS 
Photo by Rosie Steggles 
Photo by Claire Nolan
Photo by Davide Cantelli 
Photo by Todd Cravens

Do you wish to capture great landscape shot that are unique and wis to develop a style for your landscape photography? If yes, we would recommend Photzy's “The Complete Landscape Photography Guide” that is packed with training, illustrations and assignments.

Photo by Marek Piwnicki 
Photo by ruedi häberli 
Photo by Spencer Watson 
Photo by Johannes Plenio
Photo by Andy Bitterer
Photo by Derek Oyen

Capturing great landscape shots depends on the location, time, composition, camera settings and many more. If you are struggling to get compelling landscape shots that can keep your viewers engaged, you should check out “The Complete Landscape Photography Guide” by Photzy. The 237 pages guide will cover everything you need to get your landscape shots right.

Photo by Lubo Minar
Photo by David Marcu
Photo by Dan Meyers

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Dahlia is a stock photographer and full time educator at Light Stalking. You can find her on Gurushots and see some of her more popular articles at The American Society of Media Photographers. Get to know her better here.

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