In a time when the public is increasingly skeptical about the veracity of what they see online, the Natural Landscape Photography Awards is a breath of fresh air. Thanks to a stringent set of requirements, you can rest assured that, in the case of this exceptional landscape photography, what you see is what you get. Entrants are not allowed to add, remove, or distort significant elements from their images.
When Australian landscape photographer Craig McGowan made a trip to the United States this autumn, he'd hoped to visit Death...
Conservation photographer Cristina Mittermeier has dedicated her career to the protection of the natural world.
Photographer Mik Dogherty was named UK Landscape Photographer of the Year for his haunting photo, After the Fire, which was taken in the New Forest National Park. The photo freezes a dramatic moment in time, as Dogherty notes that regeneration has already begun, and these burnt remnants are no longer visible.
Polar Bears and Ethereal Landscapes Are This Photographer’s Postcards From the Arctic Circle [Interview]
For eight days, photographer Drew Doggett floated in the Arctic waters of Svalbard, Norway.
Photographer Reuben Wu is known for his fascinating photos that use LED lights and drones to create alienesque shapes in...
Renowned wildlife photographer Thomas Vijayan adds another award to his impressive résumé by being named Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2023. His winning photograph of the Austfonna Ice Cap beat over 8,000 images that were entered into the competition. The haunting photo is not only beautiful, but also a stark reminder of how global warming is rapidly melting sea ice. “This is nature in its most urgent state of decay.
Based in the Pacific Northwest, photographer Jay Shah is passionate about night photography.
A place can change dramatically depending on whether the sun has risen or already set.
As one of the most famous landscape photographers of all time, Ansel Adams has inspired generations of photography lovers. This includes Nick Micheels, who transformed his love for Adams' work into an incredible idea for a LEGO set. Micheels spent one month designing the 1,104-piece set, which he then posted to the LEGO Ideas website.
Amateur astrophotographer Uğur İkizler not only loves capturing the stars but is also fascinated by the weather.
Inspired by the ice caves he encountered on his first trip to Iceland, photographer Ryan Newburn moved to the country...