Upload your photos, chat, win prizes and much more
Can't Access your Account?
New to ePHOTOzine? Join ePHOTOzine for free!
Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more for free!
Has no one mentioned Martin Parr and Simon Norfolk yet? I'd second Philip-Lorca diCorcia.
Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.
Charlie Waite, Joe Cornish, Michael Buselle
Mario Testino is one - or maybe I'm just jealous
Quote: His choice of where to stand when he's working in the same location as you is even better.
Are you telling us he found better angles than you or did he just keep popping up in your shots?
Quote: Are you telling us he found better angles than you or did he just keep popping up in your shots?
Well he walked across three of mine last week.
Quote: Interesting Jools. I can see David Ward's influence in your recent 'intimate landscapes'. hadn't realised you'd gone on his workshops. He's obviously an excellent teacher, as well as a great photographer
The recent trip to Utah and Arizona was partly his Bryce and Zion trip with Light&Land. Previous to that, I was on an LF Workshop with him and Joe C.
Quote: I'm currently really into the minimal B&W water scapes of David Fokos for what it's worth!
Thanks for that link, Mike. Some pretty inspirational stuff there.
Quote: Well he walked across three of mine last week.
Sounds like a great marketing opportunity there for Northscape, Andy. Something along the lines of: "We take you to the places where Joe Cornish shoots. And here's the proof!"
Well, maybe not. Getting a model release might be tricky...
Likely to knock bookings on the head in all honesty.
Tom Mackie, you can pick his pictures out from the rest. The composition and sharpness is second to none
Maybe this is blasphemy, but I've looked at every Joe Cornish image that I could find anywhere. And while I really like his work and he is in my list of favourites that I keep on my web browser, I can think of at least 10 EPZ'ers whose landscapes are just as good.
I'll vote for the late Galen Rowell
Quote: I'll vote for the late Galen Rowell
Some nice shots but he doesn't half love cranking the saturation up to 11...
Richard Avedon, John Swannell....Oh and Sam Haskins, who made me want to be a photographer in the first place and Charlie Roff.
Andris Apse - he was the reason I developed an interest in landscape photography - can't remember his website address but if you Google his name you'll find it,
I quite like the style of Adam Burton and the Timecatcher group. The dramatic colour and great compositions, especially with the inclusion of water are probably the best images I have seen from any landscape photographer.
Quote: Andris Apse - he was the reason I developed an interest in landscape photography
Ian, Andris Apse is a brilliant landscape photographer from New Zealand
his website is here
and well worth a look !!
ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.
Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.
You must be a member to leave a comment
Get the latest photography news straight from ePHOTOzine in your email every month and win prizes!
1st March 2014 - 31st March 2014
Check out ePHOTOzine's inspirational photo month calendar! Each day click on a window to unveil new photography tips, treats and techniques.
View March's Photo Month Calendar