I came late to this topic, but I see there's a recent post. Let me second the luminous-landscape.com site. Also I see that Alain Briot is a contributing editor of the Nature Photographers Online Magazine. Here is the page about him; http://www.naturephotographers.net/staff/abriot.html
His book, Mastering Landscape Photography is excellent. It is not for beginners, however it is very well done and thoroughly thought out artistic thought process that results in moving your landscape photography to the next level. He is also a contributor/moderator at Luminous Landscape.
If you are a Nikon shooter, this is an excellent site with lens reviews; http://www.naturfotograf.com/index2.html
That link will take you directly to the lens review area.
Check out the Arches Natl. Park photo uploaded to our site. Use the + key 3 times and the arrows to view the image in high def: www.TomWatsonPhotography.com We work in an ultra high resolution format. Panoramas are our specialty. There is no stitching involved in the production of this image.
TPN or the Travel Photographers Network is a good place to share, get critique, or simply shmooze with some the the best travel photogs out there.
Names like Kah Kit Yoong, George Stocking, Marsel van Oosten and many other top name photographers are routine posters and contributors.
Last edited by Lost Canadian; 07-04-2009 at 05:56 PM.
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