15.11.2022 · 3 min read
With the recent massive changes, I feel it's time for a short update since most of you won't visit the 'What's New'-page regularly. To validate that the platform is moving in the right direction, here is an overview of these invisible changes.
22.09.2021 · 2 min read
Annika and Mathias were able to manage a very spontaneous trip to Iceland when they heard that a volcano had erupted in Iceland. Here is the story and the stunning photography behind this trip to this beautiful lava show.
29.04.2021 · 3 min read
Hallerbos is world-famous for its carpet of wild bluebells which appear in early spring. You have surely seen beautiful photos and you are wondering how to achieve the same result. I share with you my experience acquired over the last six years where I had the opportunity to photograph the flowering of bluebells.
27.03.2021 · 2 min read
The weather is one of the most important factors for a great landscape photo. That's why Locationscout will now show the current weather for each spot around the world in real-time.
27.02.2021 · 4 min read
I am starting this year with a really demanding personal challenge to create even more value for you: 12 months = 12 new big content or feature upgrades to Locationscout
17.09.2020 · 1 min read
Locationscout teamed up with the environmental non-profit organization "Leave No Trace" to further our commitment to protect nature and sustainability.
05.09.2020 · 5 min read
Yay, we finally did it: The app is now available for iOS and Android. It's such an amazing feeling to see it in the app stores after working so hard for such a long time. In this post, I want to take you with me behind the scenes of the app and Locationscout in general.
31.07.2020 · 2 min read
Based on your feedback and issues we recognized, we finally redesigned your Home Feed to put more focus on beautiful photos that are worth getting seen by even more people. To say it in the wise words of a tech company with a fruit logo: "It's the most beautiful Home Feed we've ever created!"
28.03.2020 · 7 min read
I know quite a few photographers that hate post-processing their photos. While I fully agree on the part that photography should be more about being outside and taking these photos and less about sitting in front of a screen, I really think that a lot of them dislike it because they don’t know how to get started or how to get the most out of their photos. Let’s change that together.
28.03.2020 · 10 min read
In this article, the amazing Chantal Lichtenberg (also known as "Bonsai Fotografie") will explain everything you need to know about using filters to improve the quality and versatility of your photos.