VW Monthly Roundup – March 2014

Please excuse the construction sounds in the background – my bad!

Here are the highlights of what happened in our awesome landscape photography community!

And for those of you who like to read, here is a summary:

  • New members – go and say Hi and check out their Goals
  • Are you a new member? Please feel free to introduce yourself
  • This is where you will find the latest articles
  • We have excellent response to the last month’s contest. Check out of the amazing image submitted by the members Shallow Depth of Field
  • Want to be inspired? Here is collection of some outstanding work from photographers all over the globe: Be Inspired
  • And who knew that Natural abstract would be one of the most popular topic. Check out some the images submitted by fellow members: Natural Abstracts
  • We are working to make this a better community and would love to have your feedback. If you have a suggestion…or just some praise please leave us a note: Feedback & Suggestions

Please leave comments below on what you would like to see in this awesome community.

About Author Brent Mail

Brent Mail is an award winning pro-photographer who loves to help fellow photographers improve their craft. He has created more than a dozen popular photography courses and now spends most of his time in the Share-Inspire-Create Lounge: an online community dedicated to helping photographers master their photography, become inspired and connect with other passionate, creative people. Brent grew up in Africa, lived in Colorado and now runs a successful portrait photography studio close to the beach in Australia.

  • Jenny Wolf

    I’m jealous, that New Zealand trip looks incredible. My husband and I spend 9 weeks in the summer traveling/living in a trailer, it’s great.

  • Carol Le Briton

    You need to improve on the video quality on Brent’s end. Johnny was quite funny with his facial expression, however, his video was very good.

    Enjoyed the content and look forward to the next one..

    • Thanks Carol. 🙂 Sometimes, technology limits us more than we’d like… especially when we’re out in the field.