Growing up, I was lucky enough to spend a couple of years driving around Australia with my mum, dad and sister. Naturally, I fell in love with the outdoors and still feel a strong connection with everything this incredible country has to offer.
I always strive to take photographs that express my way of seeing the world. The important thing for me is that people who see my photos experience the same feelings that I have felt at the moment I made the photograph.
Most of my photos related to the sea. For me, the sea is a source of tranquility and energy source. During walks near the sea, I see the various objects that form the visual images, abstracted from the reality of everyday life.
My project is to pursue this work of studies of sea landscapes which for me represents a real subject the serenity of which I like passing on.The photographers whom I admire particularly are Ansel Adam, Edward Weston but also Michael Kenna, Yucel Basoglu or Volker Birke, among others.
Wendy Hudnall is a photographer specializing in Fine Art Landscapes. Born, raised and living in Los Angeles, her work primarily centers on California and the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. She prides herself on being a visual storyteller
I was allowed to accompany an avalanche dog team for a day up in the mountains in Melchsee Frutt, Switzerland. It was a great desire of the dog handlers, to have some action shots from there dogs. So I made a few snapshots of the dogs in action during the training.
This project is my try to look at the things that inspired me for so long from a new perspective, learning to appreciate them as they are. I cannot refer to these photographs as to pure landscapes, though landscapes are present in the selection.
As a photographer, I am always interested in black and white landscape and portrait photography; I travel a lot, and every time I travel only to see and capture the world around us, for me photography is freedom.
It’s a privilege to photograph the same timeless surroundings from which Renaissance Masters once drew inspiration.Every time I visit Tuscany, I expect its beauty to have succumbed to the trappings of modernity and tourism.
My main photographic inspiration is Michael Kenna, Ansel Adams and Sebastiao Salgado. Back home here in Norway, Morten Krogvold is my mentor and inspirator. He is one of the best photographers in Norway, no question.
The woods do not care for the loud, suffocating city life were we people are trying to live or rather trying to survive. The trees are doing their own things that have been gently hardcoded inside them by a superior energy
Born in 1978, I always had a passion for photography, since I received my first film camera as gift. When I met my girlfriend, who is also interested in photography, I started taking pictures with a compact camera
I am a 33-year-old engineer, born in Milano, Italy. I have always enjoyed travelling, but it’sseven years ago, when I moved to Australia and was captivated by its breathtaking landscapes, that I really fell in love with photography.
The landscape photography is one of my favorites. In my homeland Tyrol there are numerous motives, the mountain scenery is a gorgeous setting . The backpack packed i hike early in the morning to the mountains to catch the best light .
I have been photographing for 5-6 years now and I am happy and grateful to have felt the same passion along the way. It’s a wonderful medium, which enables me to interpret feelings and experiences, present them visually and hope that they might evoke emotions in the viewer to
I started taking photos with a dusty old cam from the attic. I like Black and White and the look of old photos and movies. Beside Music and Painting, photography has always been part of my creative life. Most of my images are taken digital, but I still use analog cams from time to time.
The photographs of David James are known thanks to its artistic and journalistic skills. At age 16 he started his expertise in photography and has since toured over 60 countries with the sole obsession of capturing images of the natural world fascinating.
I have studied photography for 4 years in The Hague and graduated with a series of black and white photos of a monastery in Belgium. After graduating i worked for a small record company shooting CD covers and portraits.
Mark Singles is a visual storyteller. He has spent the past 40 years working in the film and television industry. He has a bachelor’s degree in Film and Television Production from Montana State University located in Bozeman, MT.
esthetically I create minimalistic compositions where with the less elements possible and a surrounding atmosphere, an image is produced that awakens curiosity about what is going to happen after that scene.
As a photographer, I draw inspiration from the island of Jersey on which I live: its sometime soft and delicate, sometime harsh and rugged coastline, its traditional and contemporary architecture, its abundant flora and the individual characters of the locals.
As an amateur photographer, I started taking pictures when I was 14, with a cheap Ricoh film camera. I was too shy to take portraits, so I always spent my time trying to capture the inspiration that landscapes were able to give me.