Intimate Scapes Photographers from around the World
There are many photographers who have an interest in Intimate Scapes.
The photographers below have kindly created a unique page, just for this website.
They describe their approach to Intimate Scapes and share tips and examples.
Please click on their image or name to go their individual page
It is in the detail of our natural and man-made landscape that many photographers find inspiration. I’ve always lived and worked in a city environment, strengthening my connection to the man-made landscape which I interpret in my photographs of close-up and abstract details. I challenge myself to find intimate landscapes in locations seemingly without potential, but the results are unique and more personal.
I have concentrated on making intimate or abstracted photos of anonymous places for over 20 years. For me, they offer the possibility to produce images that are more personal and creative than the expansive view. Rather than being answers provided by the photographer, the more abstracted images can pose questions to the viewer. I want to leave room for the viewer to bring their own story when looking at a photo, blending their view and mine.
Photographer & Coach in Mindful Photography
The intimate scape is a unique and personal way of seeing that depicts my experience; not just my seeing what is there, but feeling it. It is almost an antidote to the ‘big-picture’ mountain landscapes with which I began my photographic journey. It brings a completeness to my vision and enhances my sense of place, wherever I am.
Photographer and Senior Photographic Judge
I have found that a selection of part of the landscape can often create a much simpler and stronger image. I normally find it more satisfying too, knowing that it represents my own personal vision, rather than the general view that others might shoot. I seek out the detail in a scene, the elements that make that particular place special.
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