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The Best Landscape Photographers from Around the World

The best landscape photographers are not only artists, they are explorers. Some of these landscape photographers travel the world in search of the most breath-taking sunset. Others appreciate the beauty in their own backyard.

Truly great photographers inspire, so whether you are a professional, or an amateur looking for direction, these amazing landscape photographers will help to motivate you.

1. Lois Conner

Lois Conner

Lois Conner is a famed American photographer. She works all over the world, notably in Vietnam and China. She is also well-known for her photos of the landscapes of the American west.

Her images of cityscapes are as interesting as her breath-taking photos of natural landscapes. Her work can be found in many famous collections.

2. Atif Saeed

Atif Saeed

Atif Saeed is a prominent Pakistani photographer, well-known for his amazing photograph of an angry lion who was preparing to charge at him.

His nature and landscape photography is well-known. He is particularly adept at capturing the beautiful colours of the natural world.

3. Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky

For a time, German photographer, Andreas Gursky held the record for the most expensive photograph in the world. His photo, Rhein II sold for USD$4.3 million in 2011, until it was overtaken by another landscape photographer on this list.

His photographs are inspiring, as he captures interesting landscapes from elevated positions. His photographs are reminiscent of paintings by the great impressionists.

4. Hillary Younger

Hillary Younger

Hillary Younger is a Tasmanian photographer. She explores the many natural sights Tasmania has to offer, including forests, and shorelines, sometimes on horseback.

She is drawn to the Tasmanian wilderness, and her love for the natural environment ignited her passion for photography. Her photos are simply beautiful.

5. Helminadia Ranford

Helminadia Ranford

Helminadia Ranford was born in Indonesia and now lives in Qatar. She travels all over the world, including the Middle East, North and South America and Asia, capturing spectacular photographs.

Her photos include breath-taking natural landscapes and images of architecture and surrounding landscapes that are steeped in history.

6. Trey Ratcliff

Trey Ratcliff photograph

Trey Ratcliff is well-known for his unique photos of stunning natural landscapes, and impressive cityscapes. His photos are reminiscent of paintings.

The colours he captures are impressive, and make for stunning focal pieces in many homes. They serve as inspiration for many aspiring photographers.

7. Erin Babnik

Erin Babnik photograph

Erin Babnik is well-regarded for her landscape photography. She is not only a photographer with an impressive body of work but also a teacher and writer.

She takes an adventurous approach to capturing magnificent sights and has experience in photographing archaeological sites and wilderness photography. Her work is both inspiring and striking.

8. Peter Lik

Peter Lik photograph

Peter Lik is an Australian photographer who currently holds the record for the most expensive photograph. His image ‘Phantom’ was sold for USD$6.5million.

This photograph was captured at the Antelope canyon in the United States. He has worked as a landscape photographer for thirty years. His images aren’t only some of the most expensive, but also some of the most beautiful.

9. Mark Gray

Mark Gray photograph

Mark Gray is an Australian photographer who is proudly self-taught. His fine art landscape photography showcases the natural wonders of Australia, as well as gorgeous destinations around the world.

He spends a lot of time on his photos, sometimes returning to a spot over 20 times, to ensure he captures a scene in the best light.

Do you have a favourite we haven’t mentioned? Let us know in the comments section.

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