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The Ansel Adams Wilderness

 National Geographic photographer Peter Essick pays tribute to Ansel Adams the master of landscape photography and the craggy California Sierra Nevada wilderness area named in his honor. Essick revisited the area to photograph the same sights that Adams loved so dearly. The result is the book The Ansel Adams Wilderness, an homage to the renowned photographer and his love of nature.



New York Over Three Decades

New York photographer Matt Weber has been pursuing his fascination with the Big Apple for more than three decades. For six years he worked as a taxi cab driver and witnessed the city from a unique perspective. Eventually, he stepped out of his cab and ventured into the streets to pursue his true passion for documenting his experiences through his camera lens


Portraits of Animals

Czech photographer Lukas Holas takes simply stunning shots of animals in black and white. Holas uses his skills in digital photography and graphic design to edit out the background from his photos and instead inserts a pure black backdrop for the animals. This focuses all the attention on the animals and lets their impressive physical characteristics and personalities take the forefront.



Since 2009, California-based photographer Mitch Dobrowner has been shooting storms throughout Mid-Western and Western U.S.A—his awe-inspiring images of these superstorms are made even more dramatic by his choice of photographing them only in black and white. 


Surreal New York

Oregon-based photographer Brad Sloan on a 3-day trip to New York City managed to capture some spectacular shots of the Big Apple in that short amount of time. Sloan, turns oft-photographed streets and landmarks into incredible images of architecture that seem like surreal, continuous skylines straight out of the film Inception.