Today, we are delighted to bring you a unique experience and introduce you to the 12 best landscape photographers working today. Truthfully, this was a long and difficult task as we struggled to select only a handful of members from one of the most beautiful disciplines. For that reason, we have left out the most famous landscape photographers from the past and are, instead, focusing on those who are easily the future of the art.
We hope you enjoy our selection. Keep your eye on these 12 incredibly talented landscape photographers who all possess a great passion for capturing the heart and soul of landscapes around the globe.
Best Landscape Photographers Working Today
Ted Gore’s work is strong, bold and unique; every image he posts packs an amazing punch with his compositions bordering on both the ambitious and seductive. Based in California, Gore has gained worldwide respect and exposure with his entire portfolio serving as a true testament to nature. He captures landscapes in the most unconventional ways and actively works to give back by offering workshops and instructional videos to provide insight into his creative processes and techniques.
As an artist, he enjoys pushing the boundaries of natural imagery. As a truly modern photographer, he does not struggle to recognize the important of post-production and uses various technologies to ensure his images speak the languages he so desires.
Daniel Kordan has a deep fascination with the possibilities that photography offers as an expressive medium. Growing up in the lake region of Russia just south of Moscow, Kordan’s niche is precise—the art of landscape photography. Like so many other travel and landscape photographers, he offers photography workshops.
Kordan’s work is what we call “a travel motive” or a constant invitation to anyone—photographer or not—to explore the world and to let themselves be moved by the magnificence that our planet has to offer. He is not a traditional landscape photographer that sets himself apart from human nature but, instead, he loves to show how the human presence resides inside the incredible, endlessness of nature itself.