Landscape

July 25, 2018

Interview: Photographer Spends 10 Years Capturing the Visual Symphony of Waves

Australian photographer Ray Collins has turned his love of the sea into a career with his stunning wave photography. For years we’ve watched as the colorblind photographer advanced his career, first with his series Seascapes and most recently with his collaborative cinemagraphs. Collins, who bought his first camera in 2007 and left a job as a coal miner to pursue his passion, has collaborated with National Geographic, Vogue, Patagonia, Apple, and Nikon.

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July 14, 2018

Mesmerizing Aerial Photos of Tulip Fields in Full Bloom

For three to four weeks a year, the two billion tulips that Dutch tulip farmers grow annually come into bloom. Aerial photographer Tom Hegen decided to fly overhead and photograph the kaleidoscope of colors before they disappeared. The resulting photo series is part of his project about artificial, manmade landscapes, including salt ponds, coal mines, and quarries. Behind the dazzling abstractions of the tulip fields, there is big business.

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June 11, 2018

Interview: A Photographer’s Quest to Document the Oldest Trees Around the World

There are some trees whose existence span hundreds, if not thousands, of years. For over a decade, photographer Beth Moon has made it her mission to document the biggest, oldest, and rarest of the bunch. Using that criteria as her guide, it led her on a journey around the world. Crossing desolate mountainsides, private estates, and protected lands, she found these gentle giants and photographed them in majestic portraits.

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