Here are the results of the 2021 Natural Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards. The competition aims to represent landscape photographers who recognize the power that comes from the truthful depiction of the natural world, whether shooting digitally or on film. Continue reading »
Stanislav Brusilov is an artist who writes in the style of classical, realistic painting. The author works in the genre of Russian, foreign and sea landscape, still life, portrait, plot painting and performs works on order. The artist has been awarded numerous prizes and awards in Russia and abroad. Continue reading »
Mike is a professional photographer and content creator based in Chicago but always looking for an excuse to pack a bag and go somewhere new. After a 20-year career as a writer/creative director in the ad industry, Mike discovered photography and immediately fell in love with it. From cityscapes to natural landscapes to drone work, Mike tries to tell a story with each shot. Continue reading »
Winners Of The 2020 International Landscape Photographer Of The Year Competition Have Been Announced And They’re Mesmerizing
From lush green forests to dramatic star-studded skies, the stunning winner shots of the 2020 International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition have finally been announced. Based in Sydney, Australia, the competition received over 3800 entries from professional artists hoping to win the prize. But there can be only one winner for the “Photographer of the year” category and this year, it went to the 24-year-old artist from Hong Kong Kelvin Yuen, who entered with mesmerizing mountain snaps taken at various locations. Continue reading »
Misty Lochs, Magical Woods and Spectacular Lightning Strikes: Feast Your Eyes on The Incredible Winning Shots for The 2020 Landscape Photographer of The Year Awards
The splendour of Britain’s rural and urban landscapes have been captured in breathtaking fashion for the 13th time – by the shortlisted and winning entries to the 13th Landscape Photographer of the Year competition. Every time, without fail, the winning and shortlisted images by the nation’s most talented amateur and professional photographers take the breath away.
As before, prints of the top shots are presented in the lavish Landscape Photographer of the Year coffee-table book (AA Publishing).
This book is the perfect companion for all photography enthusiasts and armchair travellers, with every image accompanied by a first-hand account of the story behind the picture.
Landscapes at Night runner-up. (Photo by Wesley Chambers/Light Pass/UK Landscape Photographer of the Year 2020) Continue reading »
A Landscape Photographer Turned The Camera On Himself To Take A Set Of Incredible Selfie While Visiting Some Of The World’s Most Beautiful Destinations
Paul Zizka from Alberta, Canada, has been a photographer for nine years, and thought that featuring in his own pictures would emphasize the nature surrounding him and create a more unique shot. Continue reading »
Majestic travel landscapes by Hatice Korkmaz, a talented photographer, retoucher, and adventurer based in Ankara, Turkey. Hatice focuses mainly on travel and landscape photography. He shoots amazing cityscapes, street shots, and natural landscapes. Continue reading »
Magnificent travel landscapes by Karen Heslinga, a talented self-taught photographer, and traveler currently based in Grootebroek, the Netherlands. Karen focuses mainly on landscape and outdoor photography. Her pictures are characterized by a mysterious type of fairytale beauty. Continue reading »
Textile artist Alexandra Kehayoglou creates natural landscapes of her native Argentina. Her chosen locations are often ones attached to political controversies, such as the Santa Cruz River, or regions dramatically altered by human action, like the Raggio creek. Kehayoglou uses her craft for a chance as a call for environmental consciousness, embedding her memory and explore of the disappearing waterways and grasslands to her hand-tufted works. Continue reading »
Outstanding photos of the largest freshwater lake in the world in southern Siberia by Alexey Matveev, a talented photographer, and adventurer based in Russia. Alexey focuses on travel, landscape, and nature photography. Continue reading »
The winners of the Landscape Photographer of the Year 2018 have been announced. This international contest is designed to showcase the beauty and diverse nature of the British landscape, although the competition is open to photographers around the world.
Pete Rowbottom was named Landscape Photographer of the Year 2018 for his striking image of Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands, becoming the 12th winner of the overall title and claiming the £10,000 (about $13,000) top prize.
Blizzard in the High Peak, Derbyshire, by John Finney: “After a difficult journey in the snow, I made my way from Mam Tor down onto the Great Ridge. As the clouds got darker, I placed the tripod and camera at just the right angle to avoid snow getting onto the lens, and used a flash gun and a relatively slow shutter speed to highlight the fast motion of the blizzard”. Classic view, adult class – winner. (Photo by John Finney/Landscape Photographer of the Year) Continue reading »
“This Is Manchester”: Michael Ashcroft’s Truthful Series Of Paintings That Celebrate The Northern City
A master of landscape and cityscape in oils, Michael Ashcroft’s truthful style has captured the heart of Manchester and its art lovers. His familiar Northern scenes, like wet roads at dusk, raddled pub facades, and landmarks in the afternoon sun, are painted to celebrate the bustling and beautiful nature of this city. Continue reading »
Awesome travel landscapes by Kyle Mijlof, a talented photographer, retoucher, and adventurer from Cape Town, South Africa. Kyle focuses mainly on landscaping and travel photography. He has visited over 70 countries since March 2010. Mijlof has over 66,800 followers on Instagram and counting. Continue reading »
This installation was one of the highlight and core London Festival of Architecture events, responding to the subject of ‘Identity’
According to a landscape designer Sigita Simona Paplauskaite: “A highlight installation of the London Festival of Architecture 2018 ‘Identity’, The Building Site brings a section of secluded Lithuanian forest in front of St Paul’s Cathedral. I’m a landscape architect and an artist, Sigita Simona Paplauskaite, and I’ve designed an immersive environment that seeks to question the rapid urban development and its impact on the human relationship with nature. Continue reading »
Belgian photographer Leonard Misonne (1870-1943) trained as an engineer before discovering photography. Raised in Gilly, Belgium, the photographer traveled throughout his homeland and beyond to capture the landscape and people of Europe in the Pictorialist style. Continue reading »
Graham Gercken is an award winning Australian landscape painting artist who was born in 1960. He is a self-taught artist who loves to paint with oil paint. Continue reading »
Rigved Sathe is a talented freelance graphic designer currently based in Pune, India. Rigved received his BA in Design and Visual Communications from Symbiosis Institute of Design. Continue reading »
Polish photographer Kacper Kowalski has found a truly unique way to combine his talent with his self-described “addiction” for paragliding by shooting stunning local landscape photos taken on his way down from very high up in the air. Continue reading »
A selection of prizewinning images from the Take a View 2016 photography awards.
Shifting Sands, taken in Silverdale, Lancashire, which won the Your View award. (Photo by Tony Higginson/PA Wire) Continue reading »
Instead of blasting away all of the rock to create a flat area to build on, this hotel worked with the landscape, and incorporated it into the design. Designed by C+ Architects and Naza design studio, the Nashare Hotel is located in a tranquil forest in Xiamen, China. In the design of this 12 room hotel they have worked around large boulders and rock walls, to create a natural element that is unexpected. Each room is different, depending on its location within the hotel. This room has a large rock that makes an appearance in the bathroom. Continue reading »
Norwegian photographer Britt M visited Troms, Østfold, Buskerud and Akershus counties in Norway and Värmland, Sweden. In the pictures mysterious wooden houses, farms and cabins can be seen pictured against a stunning Scandinavian backdrop in Sweden and Norway. Continue reading »
If you still have no idea where to spend your next vacation, you should definitely have a look at these stunning photographs of Faroe Islands. On a recent trip to this remote archipelago, Belgium based photographer Kevin Faingnaert has captured dramatic views of snowy mountains, steep cliffs, waterfalls, and remote settlements with its friendly inhabitants. Continue reading »
Russian photographer Daniel Kordan chases light.
Light and color, he says, “inspire people to live and open their hearts to the world.” And so his ethereal art sets out to showcase the lives and dreams of the international community and the fairy tale wonder of the world. And it succeeds remarkably well. For the past decade he’s been traveling the globe as a renowned landscape photographer—not just on his own, but as a guide for other soul-seekers interested in finding themselves in the light and lives of the farthest gorgeous remote corners of our fair planet. Each photograph, each captured instance of life, has a story.
The Spirit Island
“Photo from my recent expedition to Greenland. Our yacht Peter the First sailing near Umanak island. I have arrived to Canada today for one month. I am making a project in Rocky Mountains.” Continue reading »
Australian garden designer Charlie Albone recently won the silver medal at The 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. It was his very first time to participate at the event but the story behind his landscape design project called ‘The Time In Between’ earned him great appreciation from both judges and the public.
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Landscape photography hasn’t been as prominent on this blog as portraiture or photojournalism, so it’s time to remedy that with a post that’s worth a dozen other posts on the subject. With a requirement like that, it should be fitting to feature someone who has made the landscape photography field what it is today. The only way then would be to present the man who made mountains and valleys look like an altogether different kind of landscape with his black-and-white images, photographer Ansel Adams.
Ansel Adams has become a byword for good photography, whether you’re discussing street photography, portraiture or landscape photography, not only because of his development of the Zone System which all good photographers know to some degree, but also because of his photographs which can be earnestly described as portraits of the Earth herself. His natural talent for getting the right shot in the frame at the right exposure might stem from his early exposure to the beauty of Yosemite National Park, a place which became a second home to him throughout his career.
His growing passion for the outdoors found a natural outlet with the Sierra Club, a group dedicated to wildlife conservancy. This passion for nature is obvious in Adams’ images, but he would also later campaign actively for the preservation of America’s natural wonders. In one case, his images helped convince Congress to create the King’s Canyon National Park. This is just one instance of how influential Adams’ photographs had become, even during his lifetime. Continue reading »
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