Tobias Hagg is a Swedish artist, whose aerial landscapes shed new light upon beautiful, yet famous views.
Australian photographer Brooke Holm ‘Salt And Sky’ exhibition opens Thursday 23rd of June down at Modern Times in Melbourne. ‘Salt And Sky’ brings together Brooke’s amazing landscape photography with her keen eye for linear compositions in a series that depicts the salt fields of Western Australia.
While working on his Site Specific series, Olivo Barbieri photographed more than forty of the world’s cities from a helicopter hovering in midair.
Renowned aerial and conservation photographer Daniel Beltrá has seen his share of the effects of global warming. For more than two decades, Beltrá’s work has taken him to all seven continents, including several expeditions to the Brazilian Amazon, the Arctic, the Southern Oceans and the Patagonian ice fields. His work on the Gulf oil spill…
Bernhard Lang’s aerial photographs, Mar del Plástico, show a birds eye view of humans’ interaction with landscapes. The panoramas are patterned with green houses and plastic foils; both of which are landmarks
Successful Instagram and website Daily Overview, delights its viewers with amazing aerial pictures, highlighting rare point of view such as big cities, ports, airports and natural curiosities that our beautiful planet can offer. Served daily of course!
Photographer Simon Butterworth captured stunning aerial shots of these blue salt fields in Australia! They are looking pretty surreal, like patterns of abstract painting. It reminds me a very similar work by an other Australian, Steve Back and his mesmerizing red and pink Hutt Lagoon. See more of his work at simonbutterworthphotography.com See Steve Back…