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Acidulous Dreamlike Landscapes by Mischelle Moy


Acidulous Dream-like Landscapes by Mischelle Moy


Mischelle Moy is an American photographer based in New York. The artist offers us photographs of travels and especially of the landscapes with the particularly acidulated taste. These scenes, with their warm colors, transport us to an imaginary world of the most psychedelic where the impression of living a waking dream is omnipresent.
“The locations themselves, however, are not as important to the process of making the image as to how I re-envision them through my eyes,” explains the photographer. “Not that their natural state isn’t extraordinary or unsatisfactory.”



“Immersive Illusions”: Dazzling Photographic Art Installations By Chris Engman



“Immersive Illusions”: Dazzling Photographic Art Installations By Chris Engman

Photographer Chris Engman masterfully demonstrated that augmented reality and light projections are not the only way to create mesmerizing perspective illusions. Good old traditional photography will get you there as well if you’re creative enough!

Chris Engman transformed 2D landscape photos into awe-inspiring rooms, where each inch is covered with prints to give off a 3D perspective.

As you walk into the three-dimensional installation dubbed “Containment,” you’ll feel like you literally inserted yourself into Chris Engman’s landscape photography. Once you change your vantage point and walk around the room, you’ll notice over 300 photo prints masterfully arranged to create the perspective illusion.

Oil Landscapes Transformed into Mosaics of Color by Erin Hanson






















Oil Landscapes Transformed into Mosaics of Color by Erin Hanson


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This series of modern impressionism paintings by artist Erin Hanson take on a mosaic-like life of their own and show us a surreal perspective on nature.

Using a bevy of colors and a technique that is dizzyingly beautiful, this series of modern impressionism paintings by the UC Berkeley graduate portray so much skill and talent. Inspired after climbing the Red Rock Canyon in Las Vegas, the artist committed herself to paining one painting every week to keep dedicated to her craft. Artistically turning landscapes into psychedelic abstract works of art, Hanson experiments with mosaics styles and sculptural styles to give her art more dimension. She tries to use a few brush strokes as possible, without layering, a process that’s been called “open impressionism.


Timelapse Photographs of Landscapes that Look Like Paintings, by Matt Molloy

Timelapse Photographs of Landscapes that Look Like Paintings, by Matt Malloy

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In this era where everything is digitized, you can still make use of it to create art. Matt Malloy’ is a Canadian artist who has found a new way of expressing himself through art – photography. With a diploma in graphic design, he likes experimenting with digital software in order to create stunning surreal photos.
Mother Nature is pretty spectacular, right? There’s a lot of places around the world that look like work of arts – the Namib Desert, the Grand Canyon, and maybe even just the sunset from your back garden. I came across Matt Malloy’s photographs that make regular landscapes look like they were daubed from a paintbrush during the Impressionist movement. However, Molloy’s works are in fact layered photographs of sunsets created in a timelapse-style fashion. He calls the technique ‘timestacks’ which is essentially all the shots of a video framed into one image. So yes, these landscapes really do exist. Somewhere. And with the right equipment.

Molloy first became interested in this method when he came across ‘star trail’ photos, which is where numerous shots of the sky are put together in one photo to make it look like the stars are moving in circles (which they are, but you don’t generally get to see that with the naked eye). He began experimenting with this technique on landscapes near his home to see if it would work in the same way. The result? Abstract, colourful photographs that look like paintings. See for yourself!

Frozen Landscapes Tell A Winter’s Tale In New Photographs By Kilian Schönberger


Frozen Landscapes Tell A Winter’s Tale In New Photographs By Kilian Schönberger

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German photographer Kilian Schönberger is known for capturing otherworldly images of his natural surroundings. His latest series, Winter’s Tale, was shot in the mountain ranges of Germany and central Europe and showcases the desaturated, hushed landscapes of snow-covered forests.

Schönberger describes the mystical quality of his Winter’s Tale series: “Winter was the time when tales and legends were told at home, the whole family sitting around the tiled stove. The mystic figures are just waiting in front of the doorstep, snow and frost seem to make trees alive.”

Dramatic shots of mountain cabins in the French Pyrenees


Dramatic shots of mountain cabins in the French Pyrenees

The mountains in the Pyrénées are dotted with cabins and shelters in the middle of rolling fields, some still used by shepherds to this day. They’re also the subject of French photographer Tristan Pereira‘s latest series, Refuges. For Pereira, the cabins provide not only warmth and shelter during cold mountain nights, but also peace. Dramatically lit, surrounded by mountains and sitting underneath starry skies, Pereira’s cabins stand out as beacons in the night

A New Infrared View of the Dolomites by Paolo Pettigiani Shows Craggy Landscapes in Cotton Candy Colors


A New Infrared View of the Dolomites by Paolo Pettigiani Shows Craggy Landscapes in Cotton Candy Colors

“If the doors of perception were cleansed, every thing would appear to man as it is, infinite.” 
– William Blake (The marriage of Heaven and Hell)

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Italian photographer Paolo Pettigiani made a wonderful series of images of the Dolomites in infrared as part of his project #InfraScapes.

The 26-year-old has been practicing photography since the age of 11 and has decided to specialize in infrared photography to make the invisible visible.

The idea is to show what is not visible to the human eye or to make the visible in a more unexpected form.

Under his lens and his filters, the landscapes take indeed a strange aspect, a fantastic world with the pink trees.
Infrared photography uses a special film or light sensor that processes the usually not-visible wavelengths of infrared light (specifically near-infrared, as opposed to far-infrared, which is used in thermal imaging.) The resulting images from Pettigiani depict the stands of coniferous trees as watermelon-pink, while surfaces that don’t reflect IR light stay more true to their nature hues.

“Talking about infrared, this is the first real project as a means of artistic expression,” Pettigiani shares. “What I like about this kind of photography is making visible something invisible. My aim is to show something recognizable under a new unexpected and personal point of view.”

Pettigiani also offers prints of his work via Lumas.




Impressive Winning Photos of the Epson International Panoramic Awards 2017

1_O_N_Jesus-M-Garcia_ES_1980“Good Morning Damian Shan”. The overall winner, and open award winner, in the nature/landscape category, is a shot of the Li river in Guangxi province, China. (Photo by Jesus M. Garcia/Epson International Pano Awards 2017- prize 1)


6_O_B_Sebastian-Tontsch_DE_0179-1100x549« Engulfed”. A shortlisted entry in the built environment/architecture category, of downtown Dubai. (Photo by Sebastian Tontsch/Epson International Pano Awards 2017)

“Eye of Stokksnes”. This shot of Iceland won the Carolyn Mitchum award. (Photo by Wojciech Kruczynski/Epson International Pano Awards 2017)

2017-Pano-Awards-2-O-N-Francisco-Negroni-CL-1701.jpg‘The Image of Fear,’ Chile, 2nd open landscape (Photo: Francisco Negroni/The EPSON International Pano Awards)

2017-Pano-Awards-3-O-N-Luca-Benini-IT-0851-‘Across The Universe,’ California, 3rd place open landscape (Photo: Luca Benini/The EPSON International Pano Awards)

2017-Pano-Awards-3-Adam-Gibbs-CA-0332-“Temperate Breeze”. Third place in the Carolyn Mitchum awards went to this image of Port Renfrew, British Columbia, Canada. (Photo by Adam Gibbs/Epson International Pano Awards 2017)

46_O_N_Marcio-Cabral_BR_1376-1100x550“Paepalanthus at Moonlight” Veadeiros Tablelands, Brazil. (Photo by Marcio Cabral/Epson International Pano Awards 2017)

10_O_B_Pavel-Oskin_CZ_0045-1100x496.jpg‘Dream of Tuscany,’ Italy, 7th place, open built environment./ Credit: Pavel Oskin/The EPSON International Pano Awards 2017

2017-Pano-Awards-9-O-N-Peter-Coskun-US-0890-.jpgConsumer,’ Death Valley National Park, California, Epson Digital Art Prize 3rd (Photo: Peter Coskun/The EPSON International Pano Awards)

46A6DABB00000578-0-image-a-39_1511527174283© Akira Matsui – The award for best film capture went to Akira Matsui for her shot of the dramatic sky over the mountains of Patagonia in Argentina

2017-Pano-Awards-2-Rita-Kluge-AU-1563-‘Freedom,’ Tonga, 2nd place Carolyn Mitchum Award / Credit: Rita Kluge/The EPSON International Pano Awards 2017


Open – Built Environment / Architecture category(Credit: Seth Mayer / The Pano Awards)

3_O_B_Sebastian-Tontsch_DE_0452-1100x550‘Marina Flow,’ Dubai Marina, UAE, 3rd place open built environment (Photo: Sebastian Tontsch/The EPSON International Pano Awards)


Open – Nature / Landscape category. © Juan Pablo De Miguel Moreno / The Pano Awards 2017)


fubiz-epson-pano-awards-2017-cedar-kraus.jpg“Karst Layers”, China. Top Ten, Open Nature/Landscapes (© Cedar Kraus / The Epson International Pano Awards

10_A_N_Frederic-Huber_CH_1349-1100x550“Rainbow Over Monument Valley”. A Top 10 entry in the amateur nature/landscape category, taken in Arizona. (Photo by Frederic Huber/Epson International Pano Awards 2017)

epson-international-pano-awards-3Credits : Jesus M. Garcia / Toledo City night scene with fog, light and colors, Spain (International Pano Award Winner- prize 2)

fubiz-epson-pano-awards-2017-juan-pablo-de-miguel“Flysch”, Zumaia, Spain. Epson Digital Art Prize, Top Ten, Open Nature/Landscapes (© Juan Pablo de Miguel / The Epson International Pano Awards)

“Unveiled”. Mandalay in Myanmar. (Photo by Amanda Hughes/Epson International Pano Awards 2017)

epson panoramic photography awardsFestive attire Patagonia,’ Patagonia, 9th place amateur landscape / Credit: Valeriy Shcherbina/The EPSON International Pano Awards 2017

562a459c140000e800c7aaeaDag Ole Nordhaug/The EPSON International Pano Awards “Vibrant Sunset”

fubiz-epson-pano-awards-2017-javier-de-la-torre.jpg« Flying Shanghai », Shanghai, China. Open Award Winner, Built Environment/Architecture, Highest Scoring Aerial Image; and Top Ten, Open Built Environment / Architecture / © Javier de la Torre / The Epson International Pano Awards 2017

The-competition-for-panoramic-photography-the-Epson-International-Pano-2017_19The Battle. Top Ten, Open Nature / Landscapes, Lagazuoi Mount, Northern Italy. © Isabella Tabacchi / The Epson International Pano Awards

fubiz-epson-pano-awards-2017-paolo-lazzaratti.jpg« Poseidon Awakens », La Spezia, Italy. Top Ten, Open Nature/Landscapes (© Paolo Lazzarotti / The Epson International Pano Awards)

2017-Pano-Awards-7-A-N-Stuart-Bellamy-ZA-1799-“Silent Soldiers”. Deadvlei, Namibia. (Photo by Stuart Bellamy/Epson International Pano Awards 2017)

fubiz-epson-pano-awards-2017-dustin-lefevre« Water and Ash », Dettifoss, Iceland. Top Ten, Amateur Nature/Landscapes (© Dustin Lefevre / The Epson International Pano Awards)

22panorama13Vesteralen, Norway. Photograph: Nicholas Roemmelt/The Epson International Pano Awards

46A6DA6700000578-0-image-a-8_1511525347900.jpgPavel Oskin’s shot – Dream of Tuscany – that he snapped while on a trip to Italy, which was highly rated in the Pano Awards

13_O_N_Ignacio-Palacios_AU_0351-1100x550.jpgOpen – Nature / Landscape category (Credit: Ignacio Palacios / The Pano Awards)

fubiz-epson-pano-awards-2017-ray-jennings.jpg“Incoming”, Lake Windamere, Australia. Amateur Award Winner in Nature/Landscape (© Ray Jennings / The Epson International Pano Awards)

The-competition-for-panoramic-photography-the-Epson-International-Pano-2017_16Mystic Mountain. Top Ten, Amateur Nature / Landscapes, Utah, USA. © Dustin Lefevre / The Epson International Pano Awards

The-competition-for-panoramic-photography-the-Epson-International-Pano-2017_14Downtown San Francisco. Top Ten, Open Built Environment / Architecture, San Francisco, USA. © Matteo Colombo / The Epson International Pano Awards

epson-international-pano-awards-4-1.jpgCredits : Jesus M. Garcia ·/  Whuzi Hill · China   ( International Pano Award Winner- prize 3)

The-competition-for-panoramic-photography-the-Epson-International-Pano-2017_17Mystical Eltz Castle in Morning Fog. Top Ten, Amateur Built Environment / Architecture, Wierschem, Germany. © Moritz Esser / The Epson International Pano Awards

4_O_B_Daniel-Fleischhacker_DE_0065-1100x550.jpgAutumn View. Top Ten, Open Nature / Landscapes. Bled Island stands in the middle of Lake Bled in northwestern Slovenia. © Daniel Fleischhacker Germany

16_A_N_Carsten-Meyerdierks_DE_1157-1100x520.jpg Sossusvlei, Namibia Carsten Meyerdierks

41_O_N_Jan-Smid_CZ_2191-1100x497« Odyssey of an Avenue II » by Jan_Smid / The Pano Awards


Impressive Winning Photos of the Epson International Panoramic Awards 2017

The Epson International Pano awards showcase the work of the best panoramic photographers from around the world.


Source: Epson International Pano Awards 





Apotheosis: A Time-lapse of the Northern Lights by Henry Jun Wah Lee


Apotheosis: A Time-lapse of the Northern Lights by Henry Jun Wah Lee

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Stargaze from your mobile device Evosia Studios has captured one of the best solar storms in years according to filmmaker Henry Jun Wah Lee. In 2015, the Earth is in a period of solar maximum, where we see the greatest level of solar activity in the sun’s 11-year solar cycle. For the last year, Lee has been traveling to the plains of Iceland to capture this awesome natural light show. “On March 17th, 2015, I was fortunate enough to be at the right place at the right time when the solar storm of the decade hit Earth.

The sky was covered with auroras so strong, they were visible at dusk.” said Lee on his Vimeo page. Apothesis – Solar Storm compiles a series of beautifully shot Icelandic landscapes covered in waves of radiant blues, greens, and violets. He says, the orange and red glow you see in the distance is from hot lava spewing from a nearby volcano.

Beautiful time-lapse of the Northern Lights in Iceland filmed during the peak of solar activity that occurs every 10–11 years, also known as the Solar Maximum. The film by award winning photographer and filmmaker Henry Jun Wah Lee shows the strong sky lighting up the sky with some colors rarely seen before.

« On March 17th, 2015, I was fortunate enough to be at the right place at the right time when the solar storm of the decade hit Earth. The sky was covered with auroras so strong, they were visible at dusk. This continued all night until dawn. In the film you will see rare red, yellow, white, blue and violet purple auroras ».
We love auroras. Watch this next: It’s Okay to Be Smart explains the invisible forcefield that protects life on Earth from space radiation.


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