Nature photography has always attracted more than one nature enthusiast as it envelopes many topics, such as landscape photography, wildlife photography, and conservation photography. Moreover, National Geographic, for instance, has done impressive work to open the public’s eyes to the importance of wildlife photography and photography in general.
I love shooting this type of photography because most of my photographs were shot completely unexpectedly during one of my many national park or nature landscape road trips. The composition is interesting since it is composed of natural light, an unexpected flying bird, a shy and hiding animal, or, on the contrary, a fluffy, proud posing cat. I never change a nature scene offering itself to my lens as surprise elements make landscape photography so meaningful.
My fine art prints will underline different sides of an outdoor photographer. Indeed, it will show you that no matter how much one tries to control the set of the natural world, something unexpected will turn up in one’s landscape images: a whirling wind, dim light, lens, and cloudy landscape. But isn’t it the unexpectedness of nature that makes the universe go round?