Have you ever looked at a photographer's Instagram feed and wondered how they got so lucky to travel the world and do what they love? We were curious to learn more about what it takes to be a full-time photographer and have your work go viral, so for the inaugural episode of the Top Artist Podcast we sat down with Dutch landscape photographer Albert Dros.
From its ancient temples and breathtaking nature to its colorful city life, Japan is full of wondrous beauty.
Swiss photographer Bernd Nowack has a profound love for the great outdoors.
Guatemalan photographer Francisco Sojuel was already having an incredible evening as he climbed the Acatenango volcano. It was Christmas Eve 2019 and he'd settled in at the basecamp when he noticed something breathtaking in the night sky. In the early morning hours, just before sunrise, Sojuel looked up and saw the Moon surrounded by a ring of clouds. Incredibly, the clouds made it look like the Moon was “dressing up” like Saturn.
Luke Rasmussen, aka PhLuke Photos, creates rainbows that illuminate the desert at night.
German photographer Jan Erik Waider has always been fascinated by the landscapes of the distant North.
Each summer the Northern Hemisphere is in for a delightful light show thanks to the Perseid meteor shower. From mid-July to late-August, these streaks of matter dart across the sky—as many as 60 per hour. During this magical time, astronomy lovers set their sights on the cosmos and wait in darkness for the meteors to emerge.
Photographer Dan Zafra from Capture the Atlas is used to traveling to exotic locations to capture his imagery.
Landscape photographer Albert Dros has always found inspiration in the forest.
Aerial photography affords us the opportunity to take in the majestic beauty of Earth on a grand scale. For years, Stockholm-based photographer Tobias Hägg has captured a bird’s-eye view of oceans and forests in striking color and detail. The photos showcase the varied terrain of our world, such as the clear blue waters that are punctuated with lush greenery. Their compositions are straightforward—a defining feature of Hägg’s visual style.
Finnish photographer Mikko Lagerstedt unravels the beauty of his homeland with a series of stunning tree photographs.
Japanese photographer Nori Yuasa captures the beauty of the stars in his ongoing series of nighttime images.