Landscape

December 7, 2019

Interview: Naturally Organic Formations of Australia’s Shark Bay As Seen From Above

The Shark Bay World Heritage site in Western Australia is one of most colorful and diverse landscapes in the world. Covering an area of more than 2.2 million hectares, it features rocky limestone cliffs, white bays, and rolling red sand hills, surrounded by turquoise blue waters. Photographer Jérôme Berbigier captures how this spectacular landscape looks from above, in a series of stunning aerial photos, aptly titled Shark Bay.

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October 30, 2019

Ansel Adams’ Love Affair with Yosemite Celebrated in New Book

There is perhaps no other photographer that has helped shape our impression of the American landscape more than Ansel Adams. His black and white imagery of the American West is iconic, showing the majesty of the untamed environment. Synonymous with Adams is Yosemite. It was here that he was given his first camera as a young 14-year-old boy and it was Yosemite that inspired some of his most memorable photographs.

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September 28, 2019

Traveling Couple Crafts Fairytale-Like Photos to Showcasing the Beauty of the Real World

For the past several years, TJ Drysdale and Victoria Yore have explored the world and depicted gorgeous locales in fairytale-like scenes. Through their ongoing Follow Me Away travel project, the couple has chronicled their adventures in Peru, Iceland, Oregon, and throughout Europe. The impressive photos feature Yore as the model as she dons a flowing dress and fanciful cape.

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September 4, 2019

Interview: Photography-Loving Sea Captain Captures the Quiet Beauty in Everyday Moments

Myanmar-based photographer Zay Yar Lin looks to the fundamentals of art as a way to capture compelling portraits of the world. Focusing on lighting, composition, and color, his often-aerial shots are simultaneously abstract while communicating stories about people as they travel, work, and exercise their spirituality. The images depict everyday moments that are otherwise easy to forget. But thanks to Lin’s keen eye, he transforms them into works of art.

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