Though he only picked up a camera six years ago, Indonesian photographer Demas Rusli has quickly developed the skills to take stunning imagery. His drone photography offers a particularly artistic look at the landscape of Australia, where Rusli is based. Squeezing in time outside of his full-time job as an architect, Rusli travels in and around Sydney and uses a DJI Phantom 4 Pro to capture breathtaking views.
In 2015, photographers across the US were clamoring to fill a position once held by the iconic Ansel Adams.
Australian photographer Ray Collins has turned his love of the sea into a career with his stunning wave photography.
Chilean landscape photographer Francisco Negroni is known for his incredible images showing extreme weather conditions. His work grabbed international attention in 2011, when his photographs of the Cordón Caulle eruption went viral and earned him several awards. Negroni's photography is unique for its ability to crystalize powerful moments in nature, showing its fiery energy in an artistic manner.
Butterflies often share just a moment of their beauty with us; before we can fully absorb and appreciate the brilliant...
For three to four weeks a year, the two billion tulips that Dutch tulip farmers grow annually come into bloom.
During a backpacking trip to Havasu Falls with her friends and husband, photographer Carley Nelson decided to bring home a special souvenir. Using only the light emitted by the group's headlamps, she was able to bring home a spectacular image of the waterfall at night. Instructing the group to remain as still as possible, she was able to capture the magic of the falling water cascading under the stars.
From chasing storms to following molten lava, photographer Mike Mezeul II is known for his incredible images of extreme weather.
German aerial photographer Tom Hegen has been examining the industrial scars left by humans for the past two years.
Over the past 15 years, tourism in Iceland has grown considerably. Exploding from about 600,000 foreign visitors a year in 2000 to 4.4 million in 2014, the industry shows no signs of slowing down. Iceland's picturesque landscape is irresistible, particularly for photographers. From icy glaciers and the Northern Lights to stunning waterfalls and wildlife, Iceland is on the bucket list of most nature lovers.
Hamburg-based artist, traveler, and photographer Robert Jahns blends reality and fantasy with his incredible portfolio of digital art.
There are some trees whose existence span hundreds, if not thousands, of years.