20 Amazing Snow Landscape Photographs

During the winter, a lot of otherwise “monotone” places look completely different with a layer of snow covering them, and with proper lighting you can get some amazing results.

You may have to go into the mountains or at least a little bit out of the city in order to get photographs like the ones below, but that should never be a problem if you like taking pictures! Here is a compilation of 20 amazing snow landscape photographs (no actual order).

oskar-pallfrontGullfoss Waterfall | By Óskar Páll Elfarsson | Canon EOS 5D Mark III

AlanachSnow Wave | By Jon Douglas | 5D Mark III

Ellen MarieTrees | By Ellen Marie | Nikon D700

frederic-huberMerry Christmas | By Frederic Huber | 5D Mark III

asad-malikFirst Ray | By Asad Malik | Canon EOS 6D

klaus-leidorfOne Tree Missing | By Aerial Photography | Canon EOS 5D

thecatswillknowBy Giulia Zazzi | Canon EOS Rebel XSi/450D

jason-cameronTracks in a Snow Covered Field | Jason Cameron | Nikon D600

reissuotoksetAnother Blue Moment | By reissuotokset | Nikon D7000

KG PhotographicsKirkjufell Aurora | By KG Photographics | 5D Mark III

svetlana-pericEngelberg Winter | By Svetlana Peric | Nikon D90

mila-maiFlowing Winter River | By MilaMai

jamzikSunrise, Lake Michigan | By James Honzik

tjfriesLake of Dreams | By Tim Fries | Nikon D800

amerlight1Happy Christmas | By Gay Biddlecombe | Canon EOS 40D

klaus-leidorf-2Snowy | By Aerial Photography | 5D Mark III

christian-betschart#innertkirchen | By Christian Bestschart | 5D Mark III

giant-mikeSolitary Hill | By Mike Vande Ven Jr. | 5D Mark III

Scott RogersToronto Trees Covered with ice in Sunlight | By Scott Rogers | Nikon D200

here-in-vancouverNot ‘Here in Vancouver’ | By Dan Fairchild | Canon G15

Since snow reflects a lot of light into your camera, your images may come out underexposed. Check out our latest shutter speed tutorial to understand how to get better shots!

Want to improve your landscape photography?

We hope that you are inspired by the beautiful landscape photos above! Whether braving the winter cold or the summer heat just get out there and enjoy the beauty of God’s creations around us. Practice and just being out in nature more often is a first key step.

For further tips on improving your landscape photography, such as focal lengths and apertures recommendations check out our guides below. We also provide recommendations the best gear and how to select it so you better capture those beautiful moments.

How to Select the Best Landscape Photography Gear


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