Best of 2010 – Landscapes (Part 4)

This is the last, fourth part of the “Best of 2010” for my landscape images. The first part can be found here, the second (BW) part is here and the third one is here. I hope you enjoyed my wallpaper collection from 2010 and I will be posting more of these in 2011 as well.

Lake Reflection

1) Lake Reflection 1920×1200 Widescreen Wallpaper

Photographer

2) Photographer 1920×1200 Widescreen Wallpaper

Old Mine 2

3) Old Mine 1920×1200 Widescreen Wallpaper

Mammoth Hot Springs

4) Mammoth Hot Springs 1920×1200 Widescreen Wallpaper

Layers

5) Layers 1920×1200 Widescreen Wallpaper

Fiery Furnace

6) Fiery Furnace 1920×1200 Widescreen Wallpaper

Maroon Bells at Night

7) Maroon Bells at Night 1920×1200 Widescreen Wallpaper

Sunrise

8) Sunrise 1920×1200 Widescreen Wallpaper

Aspens

9) Aspens 1920×1200 Widescreen Wallpaper

Comments

  1. 1
    ) Diane Burchfield Johnson
    January 28, 2011 at 7:47 am

    WOW!!!! That is awesome…………. :) MOUNTAINS MOUNTAINS….. Wish we had some here but FLAT LAND. If we go up north of Georgia then there will be some mountains, not here.. :( :( wahhhhhhh lol Enjoy your pictures MWUAH..

  2. 2
    ) azmani
    February 6, 2011 at 4:42 am

    sir, all your pictures look amazing and i believed it has gone through some p.p.
    if you dont mind, would u share the tips n step u done on p.p.?and the most of all, i really want to know how u could make your picture look like gloss..hope 2 hear you soon.
    thanx..

    • February 25, 2011 at 5:21 pm

      Azmani, I will write an article on my process soon! Thank you for your feedback.

  3. 5
    ) Marat Yeshtukov
    March 6, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    Написал просто: Красота! Поругалось, что слишком короткий коммент.
    всё равно: Красота!

  4. 6
    ) Anish
    March 25, 2011 at 1:55 am

    Hi,

    Finally i got what i searched for a long time from your site, a complete reference for photography from beginner to Advanced level. Especially the topic ‘Understanding aperture- A beginners guide’ is really good.

    I’m not very new to photography and i’ve used sony, kodak(film), and konica(film) point and shoot cameras which are fully automatic. I’m very disappointed about the clarify of pictures during LOW LIGHT conditions and because of its damn SLOW speed (By the time the camera takes the photo the kids might have moved), i missed a lot for great moments to capture because of my camera.

    Right now i have the money to spend for a camera and i want to upgrade to a better digital camera. But i never used a dslr in my life time and i don’t know much about exposure compensation etc BUT i want to learn those things.

    I shortlisted couple of cameras a Nikon d3100, a sony a33 and a sony a55. Can you please recommend me which would be best for my use (technically). Since i’ve a passion for photography i will learn the manual setting much quickly (i feel).

    Please help
    Anish

  5. 7
    ) Sam
    May 7, 2011 at 4:57 am

    Hi Nasim,

    Your shots are indeed very impressive, thanks for sharing.

    Beside a great camera and good lens and of course the photo skill, I’m just wondering if your shots are HDR shots?

  6. 8
    ) Victor
    January 30, 2012 at 11:57 am

    Dear Nasim

    Wich post processing did you use in this amazing pictures?

    Regards

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