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I have been struggling a lot to find not only time, but also inspiration, for my photography. I'm in a bit of a rut. So when we travelled to Norway last week, I decided to just go back to my basics...normal black and white landscapes. And as I went back to that, I found my minimalist voice again, and actually ended up with a series (will post the series as soon as I'm done with it). But here just a normal, beautiful reflection landscape from the fjords, interpreted in my dark black and white editing style.


  • Nikon D850
  • Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 ED
  • f/8
  • 1/800 sec
  • ISO-80
  • Edited in LR
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    Nadia, a very solid composition, but unfortunately, the image lacks tonal contrast. Some of the black tones have been squashed (especially bottom left) while the snow on the mountain peaks seems muddy and grey. I recommend that you revisit the edit and carefully lift some of the lost shadow details and brightening up some of the highlights, which will make the world's difference if you're going to print. 

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