Table of contents:
- Daniil Korzhonov - master of adventure
- Lars van de Goor - master of forest landscapes
- Art Wolfe - Conservation Photography Master
- Marc Adamus - Wildlife Master
- David Naughton - Master of Light
- Colin Pryor (Colin Prior) - vertex master
- Joe Cornish (Joe cornish) - balance master
- Mark Bauer (Marc bauer) - master of mood
Landscape photography or landscape photography is one of the most popular trends in this genre. It takes a lot of work to learn how to take good pictures in this genre. After all, you need to cover the color, horizon, angle, perspective, so that the panorama is in full view.
And there are people who have worked hard and deserve to be called the best masters in this direction.
In this article, we bring you the best photographers in the industry and their shots.
Daniil Korzhonov - master of adventure
Daniel Kordan: Midnight Sun
He was born in a beautiful lake village near Moscow. Nature is an inspiration for the photographer. He traveled the world. I have been to Tuscany and the Lofoten Islands for the longest time. In order to shoot his famous painting "Midday Sun" he climbed the Husfjellet mountain of the Norwegian island of Senja.
Lars van de Goor - master of forest landscapes
Lars Van De Goor: Early Morning Shuffle
The Dutch photographer was inspired by romantic landscape paintings, in particular by the work of Dutch masters.
Art Wolfe - Conservation Photography Master
Art Wolfe: Alsek Lake
He is one of the first organizers of a photography competition in this genre. He took about 2 million photos in his entire life, and his pictures have been presented in many exhibitions of the most prestigious museums in the world.
Marc Adamus - Wildlife Master
Marc Adamus: Heaven On Earth
The American photographer is one of the most popular specialists in this genre. It is capable of capturing light and huge panoramas, thereby creating epic and wonderful images. A photographer spends weeks or months to get the shot he wants.
David Naughton - Master of Light
David Noton: Emerald Lake
He has won several BBC Wildlife Photography Awards. He is recognized as the best master who knows how to correctly catch light.
Colin Pryor (Colin Prior) - vertex master
Colin Prior: Trango Towers
Colin has traveled to over 40 countries and lived alone for a long period of time to concentrate on one job. He has published seven books, including the world famous Wild Places and Living Tribes of the World, and recently completed a four-year project in the Karakoram Mountains.
Joe Cornish (Joe cornish) - balance master
Joe Cornish: Hodge Close And Langdale Pikes
The British photographer's early inspirations range from military and documentary photographers to iconic American photographers Edward Weston and Ansel Adams.
Mark Bauer (Marc bauer) - master of mood
Mark Bauer: Evening Light, The Ice Beach
Mark Bauer has been a professional landscape photographer since 2003. He has won awards in several major competitions, including the International Photographer of the Year. Mark is best known for its tranquil, atmospheric landscapes captured in beautiful light. Its purpose is simply to showcase the natural beauty of the environment.
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