Landscape

October 7, 2018

Aerial Photos Capture Spectacular Views of Painterly Patterns on Earth

While many of the world’s natural landscapes can be appreciated on foot, award-winning photographer Stas Bartnikas takes to the skies to capture their beauty from above. The Moscow-based photographer’s spectacular portfolio of aerial photography highlights the magnificent abstract patterns found in nature—a style he calls “aero-art.

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September 26, 2018

Immersive 3D Installation Invites Viewers to Step Inside a Giant Photograph

Photographer Chris Engman invites you to enter a world within a world. His photography installation, titled Containment, is an immersive work that features images spanning the walls, ceilings, and floors of a specially constructed room. Upon stepping foot inside the space, you’re transported from a gallery setting to the middle of a bustling stream surrounded by a dense forest with trees cloaking most of the blue sky above.

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September 5, 2018

Vibrant Infrared Photos Make France Look Like an Alternate Universe

With a background in optical instrumentation, it comes as no surprise that engineer-turned-photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer is inspired by a “passion for the properties of light.” Since shifting gears in 2012, Ferrer has focused on digital infrared photography, culminating in several series that transform French landscapes into dream-like destinations. Ferrer’s photographs are set in different locations across France, including Dordogne in the southwest, Savoie in the southeast, and Paris at the center.

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August 20, 2018

Incredible Photos of Massive Dust Storm Taken From Fleeing News Helicopter

Photographer Jason Ferguson has been shooting from helicopters for over 6 years. In early August, he captured some incredible photographs of a dust storm spreading over Phoenix, Arizona. From his position in a news helicopter, he whipped out his smartphone to snap a few pictures as the chopper outran the storm. These dust storms, also known as haboobs, are quite common in Arizona and occur a handful of times a year during monsoon season.

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