20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

If you want to take some stunning landscape photos, you need to watch some perfect pictures took by talented landscape photographers in the photo community. So, let’s look at the 20 best landscape photographers and get some inspiration.

 

  1. Hillary Younger

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Hillary Younger is one of a great landscape photographer but she works for a community as a nurse. Most of her artworks are about deserts, mountains, and nomads. She says: Landscape photography is an expression of the unique relationship of the photographer with the land. My photography is an attempt to communicate intimate moments in that relationship, which stir the emotions and touch the spirit.”

 

  1. Marco Grassi

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Marco Grassi is a talented photographer and he is self-educated instead of going to the professional school. At the age of 23, he has traveled across the world and took many stunning landscape pictures. As awarding-winning photography in landscape photography, he has worked for many different companies and organizations, such as CNN, National Geographic, BBC. Their artworks won’t disappoint you and at the same time, you could get some creative ideas.

 

  1. Simon Baxter

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Simon Baxter is passionate about photographing the woodland in the North York Moors national park in the northeast of England. He takes great pleasure in landscape and nature which are changing constantly. Apart from a professional photographer, he has a YouTube channel to share his ideas and some knowledge of landscape photography. Now, he has nearly 50,000 subscribers.

 

  1. Daniel Kordan

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Daniel kordan is a Russian photographer and he loves photography at an early age. He says” Nature is my inspiration, with all the beauty and variety of colors and compositions.” He also won many awards-National Geographic Russia contest 2013 winner, Best of Russia’13, ’14 ’15 winner, and many others. You will feel stunned by the earth we live in via seeing his fascinating pictures.

  1. Ted Gore

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Ted Gore, as a landscape photographer from southern California in the USA, is famous for its great combination of perfect compositions and seductive processing. He has awarded the USA Landscape Photographer of the Year for 2015. Ted Gore is worth to follow.

  1. Trey Ratcliff

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

In his introduction, there is a word” “I’m A Warm-Hearted, Old-School Gentleman Explorer With Really Cool Toys.” Trey Ratcliff was born and grown up in Texas. His main purpose is to help dispense consciousness and mindfulness across the world through photos and creativity.

 

  1. Justin Minns

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

 

Justin Minns is professional and award-winning landscape photography and he has grown his reputation for his works of East Anglia. Most of his images are based on his hometown-Suffolk. His works feature subtle and magical.

 

  1. Thomas Heaton

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Thomas Heaton is a well-known landscape photographer and great YouTuber. He loves exploring nature and the world while traveling. He spent less time becoming a household photographer in the photo community.

 

  1. David Noton

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

David Noton is a highly respected freelance photographer. He loves traveling across the world and taking many creative images. His customers are from Canon, National Trust, Enterprises/Lonely Planet Magazine as his professional skills and images are recognized by many people.

 

  1. Michael Kenna

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Michael Kenna’s images are mostly characterized by a combination of natural and human-made structures. Most of the images are taken at dawn or in the dark hours of nights. Via watching his images, you can see the details that human eyes cannot watch. During his photographing experience, he has held over 450 personal gallery and museum exhibitions in every corner of the world.

 

  1. Sangeeta Dey

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Sangeeta Dey is a renewed photographer and her news and images are reported constantly in many media and famous magazines in different approaches. In her word: My photographs help me communicate my emotions and feelings that I experience as I immerse myself in the beautiful and yet powerful forces of nature.”

 

  1. Cath Simard

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Catherine Simard was born in Canada and she is a great and well-known landscape and travel photographer. She has a great passion for taking photos and it took her four years to Western Canada, Australia, New-Zealand, and other countries after quitting her job. She treats the photographing as heal which can be expressed the senses of purpose and self-expression.

 

  1. Candice Dyar

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Born and grown up in Ohio, Candice Dyar is a renowned photographer. She loves the natural world and like sharing this beauty with all people. She says: “as a photographer, I want to be able to reach the viewer on an emotional level and draw attention to important issues relating to conservation and climate change. I try to accomplish that by attempting to bring the person viewing into the photograph”.

 

  1. David Thompson

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

David Thompson is born in Las Vegas; Nevada and he is a nice outdoor and landscape photographer. His purpose is to bring viewers to see the beautiful scenery and capture a nice moment.

 

  1. Benjamin Hardman

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Australian Benjamin is a landscape photographer. He traveled a lot of places and spent much time exploring some amazing places and share their beautiful pictures with his audience and friends on social media. Most of his images are about North’s most obscure landscapes. You will be impressed by his fine-art.

 

  1. Edward Burtynsky
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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Edward Burtynsky is a good and nice photographer and his images reflect the effect of humans on the earth and every detail.

 

  1. Peter Lik

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Lik is born in Melbourne. All his images are best known for his panoramic photos, the large size, and overall quality of his prints. In 2014, he said that his image named “Phantom” sold out $6.5 million.

 

  1. Valda Bailey

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Valda Bailey is a good photographer and her purpose is to bring an emotional element and an aesthetic balance to her work. Apart from this, she concentrates on making creative use of multiple exposures and intentional camera movement around us in the world.

  1. Charlie Waite

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Charlie Waite, as one of the well-respect photographers, was born in British in 1949. He has taken so many images that are loved by many people across the world. He has a special style in photographing, which often expresses the calm and some spiritual quality of serenity. He also has held many one-man exhibitions and some lectures in the world. It is worth following this man.

 

  1. Ansel Adams

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20 landscape photographers to follow while in lockdown

Ansel Adams was born on February 20, 1902, and has an established reputation, as an American landscape photographer, and is best known for his black-white images of America west.

Art critic John Szarkowski wrote, "Ansel Adams attuned himself more precisely than any photographer before him to a visual understanding of the specific quality of the light that fell on a specific place at a specific moment. For Adams, the natural landscape is not a fixed and solid sculpture but an insubstantial image, as transient as the light that continually redefines it. This sensibility to the specificity of light was the motive that forced Adams to develop his legendary photographic technique."
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