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“To photograph is to hold one’s breath when all faculties
converge to capture fleeting reality.”

– Henri Cartier-Bresson

Photography Digest

Major new updates to Photoshop and Lightroom from Adobe this week. The new features we will be playing with are the one step HDR Panoramic feature now added in Lightroom Classic CC and the AI improvements to Content-Aware Fill in Photoshop. In other news, Nikon announced winners of their micro-photography competition “Nikon Small World” here on Instagram, some pretty cool and surreal photos. Finally, if you’re a sadist who enjoys watching people tear apart perfectly good brand new cameras, check out this deconstruction of the new Canon EOS R mirrorless on the Lens Rental Blog.

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Night Sky Shooting Location by recordsofmickey.nl
Michiel shares an unusual photo location this week. But, in a world full of light pollution from cities, spots like this one are pretty rare. This week’s feature photo goes to Michiel’s quiet photo spot along a country path that is perfect for taking shots of the night sky in the Netherlands.

Follow Michiel on IG πŸ‘‰@recordsofmickey
His website πŸ‘‰ http://www.recordsofmickey.nl/

See this photo’s location πŸ‘‰ Lievelde, Netherlands

Sligachan Old Bridge by Scott Goldsworthy

Scott shares this atmospheric shot of Sligachan Old Bridge which crosses the River Sligachan. Close to the Cuillin mountains this spot provides a perfect viewpoint for seeing the Black Cuillin mountains.

Follow Scott on Instagram πŸ‘‰ @daydream_a_tree

See this photo’s location πŸ‘‰ Sligachan, Isle of Skye, UK


Fall landscape in Parc Des Chutes by Michel Bricteux

Michel Bricteux gets into the fall season with this lovely shooting location overlooking the river within the Parc RΓ©gional des Chutes Monte Γ  Peine et des Dalles. This is a superb place for taking beautiful photos of fall colours.

Follow Michel on IG πŸ‘‰ @mbricteux
See more of Michel’s work πŸ‘‰ http://www.michelbricteuxphotography.com/

See this photo’s location πŸ‘‰ Saint-Damien, Quebec, Canada


Aros Rock in Greece by Hugh Mosher

Hugh Mosher shares this lovely viewpoint in Greece for photographing Aros Rock from the alleys of Imerovigli. Skaros Rock is a large rock formation created through the volcanic activity and has since been further shaped by erosion and earthquakes. It also has a collection of ruins from when it was used for defensive fortifications.

Check out Hugh on IG πŸ‘‰ @amodernmanwandering
Hugh’s website πŸ‘‰ https://www.hmosherphoto.com/

See this photo’s location πŸ‘‰ Imerovigli, Greece


Montreal Skyline by Michel Bricteux

Michel Bricteux shares one of the best hotel locations for shooting the Montreal skyline. The Hotel Omni Mont-Royal offers a stunning cityscape shooting location.

Follow Michel on IG πŸ‘‰ @mbricteux
See more of Michel’s work πŸ‘‰ http://www.michelbricteuxphotography.com/

See this photo’s location πŸ‘‰ Montreal, Quebec


Willis Tower Skydeck view by Vincius Melo

Keeping with the cityscape theme, Vincius Melo offers up this epic shot and photo location from Willis Tower Skydeck. For a fee, visitors can step “outside” in a glass-enclosed space. It is a great vantage point to take in the North Loop View of Chicago and Lake Michigan.

Follow Vincius on IG πŸ‘‰ @cviniciusmm

See this photo’s location πŸ‘‰ Chicago, Illinois, USA


Hog's Back Waterfall in Ottawa Ontario by Shawn M. Kent

The kids and I got out this week as well to capture some of the fall colors here in Ottawa. What better place then Hog’s Back Falls waterfall? It’s been a bit windy, but this surprising photography location in Ottawa is a great place to enjoy the fall tapestry.

You can find my on IG here πŸ‘‰ @shawnmkent

See this photo’s location πŸ‘‰ Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

The chill is officially in the air here in Canada. I hope you are all enjoying these last few fair weather days of shooting. As we head into winter Lisette and I are building some tools behind the scenes that will see thousands more locations added over the winter. The app keeps getting better and better, and as always we thank you for your continued support


Shawn M. Kent is the creator of the PIXEO App and shares responsibility for running PIXEO Inc, with his wife Lisette Kent. By day he is the Public Affairs Chief Warrant Officer in the Canadian Armed Forces and in his free time he is a landscape photographer and father.