Nature has beauty like no other. In case you need a form of reminder, take a look at these wonderful landscapes by photographer and large format master Alex Burke.
No detail can escape the lens of Alex's large format camera. Every crack in the soil, every hue in the sky, and every jagged peak of a mountain is captured in their magnificent state. Alex has developed his own style that rivals that of the masters before him.
His landscape shots have texture and color that leap out of the picture and into the viewer's consciousness. Truly a man of nature and the outdoors, Alex indeed has this connection that he continues to nurture with his artistic landscapes.
If you're interested in Alex's work, you may head over to his website and Instagram for more.
Alex Burke creates some of the most beautiful large format images we've seen. We had the chance to talk to him about his work and he's more than generous enough to share his stories and thoughts. Majestic views, included.
The wet collodion process is one of the oldest and major photography techniques. In early photography, the process underwent various experimentations by photographers themselves. Revisit the old technique with Alex Cook.
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