Alp Impressions

Gorgeous Landscape Photography of The Alps from the Region of South Tyrol

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‘The key thing to remember is probably that it takes some effort (lack of sleep, long hikes, heavy backpacks, and bad weather) to capture landscapes,’ Italian photographer Lucas Furlan told us about his recent Alp Impressions VIII series. ‘Besides these physical and mental factors, the main thing is good light.’

Taken in the Alps, mostly in the region of South Tyrol, these images make full use of the perfect natural lighting provided by the sunrise and sunset. Although he describes his work as ‘simple landscape photography,’ he still prefers his shots to feature ‘some connection to humans’, such as ‘a tiny silhouettes of a person’.

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Lucas told us more about his creative and editing process, as well as his exciting upcoming project:

The Plus: What is your editing process like?
Lucas Furlan:
It depends – most of the time I work with one single exposure and make some color and contrast corrections in Photoshop. But if there’s a huge dynamic range, I take a second (darker or brighter) exposure to get a final image with no large black or white areas.

TP: Tell us how you get inspired.
Lucas Furlan:
I just go outside and enjoy nature, that’s it.

TP: Do you have plans for your next big project?
Lucas Furlan:
I’m heading to Brazil for two weeks – it’s not purely a photographic trip, but I’m looking forward to this very different landscape.

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