Ask any landscape photographer for a top-10 list of places they want to go, and the chances are good that Tuscany will be somewhere on their list.
It's a stunningly beautiful place, with rolling hills, soaring Cyprus trees, and field after field grains that add texture and dimension to the landscape.
The storms that roll through Tuscany are a sight to see and present an opportunity for a truly dramatic landscape photo.
Sunsets in this part of the world are often out-of-this-world spectacular, too.
Combined with these natural features, Tuscan landscapes also have beautiful manmade elements.
Long, winding roads over the hills are a perfect leading line that adds depth to a photo.
Generations-old homesteads add character and charm to a Tuscan landscape as well.
That's to say nothing of the rich culture, history, and tradition of the area, as well as the incredible opportunities to examine world-famous art.
The photos above and below are just a taste of what you might find in Tuscany.
If you're unfamiliar with Luminar, it's an affordable ($69 at the time of this writing), that is both easy to use and has a ton of powerful tools. In fact, some of Luminar's filters are powered by artificial intelligence, so you can literally improve your photo in a matter of seconds.
Luminar has presets or "Looks" to help you get the editing process started, and there's also pre-defined Workspaces that have common tools to tackle certain tasks, like editing a landscape photo or a portrait.
Daniel's photos are proof positive of what can be done in Luminar!