Swedish photographer and filmmaker Tobias Hägg is known for his dramatic landscape photography, achieved through the masterful use of either a drone or DSLR. An avid outdoorsman, Hägg has traveled from Patagonia to the Dolomites, hiking and trekking to capture the perfect image of the majestic landscapes around the world. With his company, Airpixelsmedia, Hägg works as a content creator to produce stock photography, high-quality films and still images, as well as fine art prints.
German photographer Florian Wenzel recently spent 40 days traveling through New Zealand, taking in its gorgeous landscape.
We've all been there, gazing at a magnificent sunrise and wanting to capture the moment, only to have the photograph...
Photographer Matěj Kříž explores the depths of the great unknown with his camera. Using a combination of on-the-ground and aerial photography, he has captured the mystifying ice caves of Iceland. The breathtaking locale looks like it’s encased in glass and from certain vantage points doesn’t look like a landscape at all.
Crashing ocean waves and scenic visual landscapes make seascapes an irresistible subject for many photographers.
Interested in producing images on “the fringe of the otherworldly,” landscape photographer Paul Hoi creatively combines science fiction with psychedelia.
We recently shared images of Niagara Falls frozen due to the extreme cold hitting North America over the winter. But Toronto-based photographer Adam Klekotka captured a whole new vision of the frozen falls with his stunning night photography. While he'd visited Niagara Falls several times during the daylight, the chilly temps made a night visit irresistible.
Turkish photographer Cuma Cevik organizes adventurous trips to a wide range of countries after being inspired to shoot incredible landscape...
Claimed to be Australia’s first attempt at the“Slow TV” movement, the SBS television network recently televised The Ghan: Australia’s Greatest...
As drone photography has skyrocketed in popularity over the past several years, it's only fitting that it should have its own social network. Dronestagram, which also hosts one of our favorite photography contests, is a community for drone photographers and videographers to share their work and discuss tips and tricks of the trade on a forum. Recently, Dronestagram put together a list of its top 20 drone photos of 2017.
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