Majestic Landscapes by Craig Easton


Photographer Craig Easton captures stunning location shots, devoid of distraction. Many of his images present an isolated calm. The natural landscapes are enlivened by their surrounding elements, whether it be a surge and splash of ocean water or the swirling hues of the sky. Other than natural settings, Easton has a talent for creating nearly-abstract and wholly interesting images through his photos of urban structures.

The UK-based advertising photographer, who has over twenty years of experience in landscape and portrait photography, has even combined his expertise of photographing people and places for the VisitBritain 2012 Olympics Campaign. The athletic figures stand at a distance on a variety of vast, beautiful lands as they demonstrate different Olympic sports. The beauty of each image lies in the uninterrupted simplicity of the landscape. Easton’s photographic flair for producing such enticing and captivating images by using such minimalism is remarkable!























Craig Easton’s website



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