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Adam Burton
 
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Adam Burton is one of the UK’s leading landscape photographers. A professional photographer, teacher and author with over fifteen years experience working within the landscape photography industry, Adam has photographed many of the world's beautiful natural areas and specialises in the landscapes of the UK, particularly Southwest England. ~~Entirely self taught, Adam’s style has developed organically through photographing the wide variety of landscapes and seascapes found within the UK. His bold, colourful landscape photographs are always in-demand; his client list includes many prestigious organisations such as National Geographic, Ford and The AA. ~~With an emphasis on in-camera technique rather than post capture manipulation, Adam’s photography records the landscape authentically and naturally in beautiful atmospheric images. ~~Adam is also now a qualified and fully insured drone pilot, holding a PfCO issued by the UK CAA.
 
Alan Copson
 
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Alan Copson is a travel photographer with 25 years' experience, circling the globe in pursuit of the perfect image. While he has loved photography since being allowed to use his father's camera on childhood holidays, it was while travelling around Europe as a teenager he was inspired to follow a career in travel photography. ~~Having initially worked as a picture researcher at a number of London picture libraries, he went freelance in 1995. His first commission was from a tour operator to photograph Bruges in Belgium. Since then, he has worked for a wide range of clients, as well as shooting personal work around the world in around 50 countries, resulting in his prized collection of guidebook front cover images, including Lonely Planet, Dorling Kindersley and Rough Guides. ~~Always in search of that illusive new angle, Alan was drawn to drone photography, becoming professionally qualified in 2018. Aerial photography is now part of most of his photo-shoots. Though well travelled, his favourite place to photograph is back home in London.~~"I always love shooting cities. The ever-changing skyline means there's always something new to see and the landscape of the city is fantastic to shoot in the right light".
 
Alex Robinson
 
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Alex Robinson is a multi award winning professional photographer based in London, England. He specialises in photographing high end travel, interiors, food and travel lifestyle. Alex shoots covers and features regularly for the UK's leading travel magazines including Sunday Times Travel Magazine and Wanderlust. ~~He has won or been nominated for TravMedia, Friends of the Earth and LATA awards (in the UK), and jointly for a National Magazine Award in the USA and a Premio Abril in Brazil. He is the author and photographer of 20+ books for Bradt, Footprint, DK and other publishers. ~~He plays blues electric guitar in pubs and samba canção at home, cooks a tasty moqueca and knows a little about Portuguese wine and Chinese teapots. Alex is available for group and one-to-one photo tutoring.
 
Amar Grover
 
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Born in Hong Kong, Amar Grover has a particular affinity with the Far East and Indian subcontinent. A leading freelance writer and photographer, he has undertaken travel assignments for many UK broadsheet newspapers and magazines including the Financial Times, Independent on Sunday, Geographical, Conde Nast Traveller, Travel Africa, WEXAS Traveller and Country Life, as well as several books and guides.~~He is particularly interested in fading modes of life, dwindling cultures and remote communities. This has taken him to the isolated Tibetan communities of Ladakh in India, the Kailash people of Chitral in Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province, and the minority Dong and Miao peoples of southern China's Guizhou Province. Elsewhere he has photographed Hindu pilgrims bathing at Allahabad's sacred confluence of rivers during India's Kumbh Mela festival (the largest gathering of humankind), prehistoric rock art in the Libyan Sahara, and eco-trekking trails in northern Laos. Himalayan peoples and their valleys draw him back year after year. His photography is infused with a romantic view of the world and its people, and defined more by the convergence of form and colour rather than a gritty 'street-wise' approach.
 
Andrew Watson
 
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Australian photographer, Andrew Watson, brings a fresh take on travel in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. His dynamic style combines powerful use of colour with a creative approach to framing and composition. From images of cultural festivals to adventure travel, Andrew likes to use movement and colourful detail to instill a sense of place. His images have been widely used in magazines and newspapers and he regularly undertakes commercial assignments for lodges, resorts and tour companies. He has photographed extensively in Hong Kong, Australia, Peru and West Africa.
 
Aurora Photos
 
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Aurora Images is a leading American photo agency specialising in travel lifestyle and outdoor adventure images.
 
Ben Pipe
 
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Ben Pipe grew up in Dorset, and spent countless days of his childhood drawing. With the scenery of the Jurassic Coast, and his uncle, a professional photographer as dual inspirations, the camera was a natural progression. In 1998, on his 15th birthday, Ben was given an Olympus OM1 and his photographic adventure began. After many hours in the darkroom developing negatives and making enlargements, he obtained a 1st class degree in Photography at university. ~~Work with the lens has taken Ben to over 50 countries from The Accursed Mountains of Albania to Milford Sound in New Zealand, capturing the landscapes and cultures that make these places. Ben has twice been a finalist (2011, 2017) for the Travel Photographer of the Year Competition. ~~Alongside his personal work Ben has shot ad campaigns for Chevron in Kazakhstan and Chrysler-Jeep in Hong Kong, and photographed events from the Palio race in Italy to kickboxing in Cambodia. ~~Ben's work has appeared in numerous publications including: National Geographic, Conde Nast, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The Times, The Guardian and The Economist.
 
Cahir Davitt
 
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Cahir Davitt is an architect & photographer based in Dublin, Ireland, specialising in architectural, travel and landscape photography. He has travelled extensively world-wide visiting to date, over 55 countries. ~~In addition to commercial photography for various architectural practices, Tourism Ireland, Dublin Tourism, National Library of Ireland, Colliers International, Q-Park, Hewlett Packard and others, his pictures have been published in magazines, books and news media including National Geographic Traveller, Conde Nast Traveller, Elle, Forbes, Sunday Times Travel Magazine, DK Eyewitness Guides, Fodor's, Lonely Planet, Rough Guides, Baedeker's Travel Guides, InGuide, Time Out Guides, BloomBerg, Die Welt and the Irish Times.
 
Carlos Sanchez Pereyra
 
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Barcelona based photographer, Carlos Sanchez Pereyra, specialises in shooting his native Spain but has also travelled and photographed widely. His bold and often simple compositions make striking images. He likes to photograph contemporary architecture and often incorporates sculpture and street art into his images. Recent editorial clients have included The Guardian, Travel and Leisure Mexico, Lonely Planet Magazine and Fodor's Guides.
 
Catherina Unger
 
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Catherina Unger is a German travel photographer based in Cinque Terre, Italy where she runs her own travel agency. She principally photographs off-route and interesting parts of Africa and her beloved adopted country – Italy. ~~Her pictures have been published in many calendars, guide books, travel and lifestyle magazines including Vanity Fair and National Geographic. She has published a photographic book about the Cinque Terre. ~~Photography is her way to express herself. She uses her camera to tell the stories of the exotic countries and people that she encounters. She finds beauty everywhere. Through her pictures she aims to record something familiar even in the exotic and unveil the marvels of the world and its creatures. ~~In her free time Catherina loves to hike, exploring nature, and the great outdoors.
 
Chris Gin
 
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Chris Mouyiaris
 
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Christian Heeb
 
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Christian Heeb is known worldwide for his stunning images of scenic landscapes, lush environments, African wildlife, as well as vibrant city scenes. He is best known for his images of Native American People and the lands from which they call home. He has published over 200 coffee table books, countless calendars and numerous magazine articles. Born and raised in Switzerland, Christian has spent the last 30 years traveling the globe visiting over 5 continents and 70 different countries. His images, rich in color with a dramatic perspective, capture the flavor and splendor of each unique location. Together they lead local and international photo workshops and tours.~~The main focus of my work was always America. Growing up in Switzerland I envisioned myself living in the open landscapes of the American West meeting up with Native Americans, cowboys and misfits under the big sky.~~Trained as an architect, I found photography to be an escape from the confines of the rich and smug Swiss affluence. My career took off through my images of Native American portraits and American Landscapes. What followed was years traveling and shooting in over 70 countries for clients worldwide, while staying focused on the United States. My big influences in art were painters like Fritz Scholder, T.C. Cannon, Edward Hopper and Paul Gauguin and the early chronists of Indian life Karl Bodmer and George Catlin. I am also fascinated by image makers like Eberhard Grames, Robert Mapplethorpe, Helmut Newton, Pete Turner, Cheyco Leidmann, Robert Frank to just name a few. My interest and enjoyment of a diverse cross section of American music has also inspired my images as I traveled this country. Artists from Louis Armstrong to Bruce Springsteen, Muddy Waters to Wilco always made me want to take pictures. After shooting for more than 200 books, travel guides and countless calendars and magazines, I have the freedom to transform my feelings and views on America into photos. My American Dreamscapes and Nightscapes are the latest manifestation of my America obsession.
 
Christian Kober
 
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UK-based travel photographer and drone pilot, Christian Kober has travelled to more than 100 countries in the last 20 years. His subjects range from adventure tourism to bustling markets, glaciers to deserts, idyllic rural landscapes to rush-hour cityscapes. ~~His images have been featured in hundreds of magazines worldwide including National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveller, Sunday Times Travel Magazine.~~An accomplished mountaineer, Christian has summited many of the World’s major peaks and has climbed in most of the great ranges from the Alps to the Andes and the High Himalayas. He reached tantalisingly close to the summit of Everest.
 
ClickAlps
 
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Clickalps is a collection of Italian photographers specialising in landscape travel and wildlife photography,
 
Dan Bannister
 
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Calgary based photographer, Dan Bannister creates dynamic, high impact imagery for his commercial, advertising and editorial clients. His editorial work has appeared in The New York Times, Canadian Art and Architecture, Impact, American Style, Grit, Canadian Geographic, Our Canada, Connecticut Magazine, Oil Week, Rough Guides Travel Guides, Lonely Planet, various inflight magazines and countless other places. His commercial client list includes some of the biggest oil and gas and industrial companies in North America and around the world.
 
Daniel Crous
 
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I come from a small town in northern Botswana called Maun which is the gateway to the Okavango Delta. With one of the World’s largest intact wildlife areas on my doorstep it is no surprise that my photography centres on wildlife and safari culture. I am a professional safari guide and specialist photographic guide, leading trips in various parts of remote Africa. I aim to provoke an emotional response from my photographs. ~~My images have been published in a number of publications including Discover Botswana. I have always had a huge draw to the natural world and enjoy creating exceptional experiences in the wild for anyone who travels with me. I am also a videographer, and regularly shoot promotional videos for safari operators. I provide photo workshops to teams of safari guides, to improve their photographic guiding skills. ~~Apart from photography, adventure and fishing are what make me tick. I have completed a number of expeditions including driving a Tuk-Tuk 2700km across India to raise funds for Rhino Conservation Botswana and a solo hike through the Central African Rainforest. No destination too far – especially for the chance to feel a good fish on the end of my fly-line!
 
Danita Delimont Stock
 
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Based outside of Seattle, Washington, USA, Danita Delimont is a leading independent producer of travel images.
 
David Bank
 
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Born in Cologne, David Bank moved to West Berlin during the cold war in 1979 as a child. He studied architecture in Berlin. Work and internships in France, Brazil and the USA followed. From 2005 and 2018 he lived in London before moving back to Berlin where he practices as an architect. ~~David shoots bold, impactful images of the built environment. His eye for architectural form lends great power to his pictures. His approach is innovative making effective use of unusual angles and viewpoints to present new takes on iconic locations. He particularly likes to photograph during the 'Blue Hour' at twilight. He occasionally offers tutorials on architectural photography.
 
Davide Camesasca
 
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Davide Camesasca is an Italian Photojournalist based in Barcelona. Davide combines his interests in people, culture and the environment with his passion for photography. After graduating in Biomedical Engineering, Davide studied Documentary Photography in Barcelona. ~~Davide currently works as a contributing photographer for the Cairo Editore Group. His work has been published in The New York Times, La Vanguardia, El Pais, El Periodico and a range of Italian and Spanish travel magazines. ~~His projects documenting Tibet and the Himba tribe of Namibia have been exhibited in Italy, Spain and in the US. Davide is also co-founder of the Spanish delegation of the Shoot4Change international network, a non-profit organisation made out of photographers, journalists, designers, artists and other professional who share part of their time to shoot humanitarian reportages for NGOs and other social organisations.
 
Demetrio Carrasco
 
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Demetrio Carrasco is a Mexican photographer based in London and Germany. He speaks 7 languages and has been shooting travel images since the early 90s when he was a Tony Stone photographer. He has also shot over 30 commissions for DK Travel Guides.~~As part of a Mexican expedition he reached the summit of Mt. Everest in 2002.~~In 2004 he got married and has since been travelling over 10 months a year together with his wife Betty, and more recently, Kenya, their first child.
 
Doug Pearson
 
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Doug Pearson is a New Zealand photographer partly based in London, New Zealand and Hungary.
 
Francesco Iacobelli
 
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Francesco Iacobelli, born and raised in Umbria, "the green heart of Italy", discovered his passion for photography during a trip to North Cape, Norway, where he was impressed by the wonder of nature and the extraordinary power of light.~~Over the years he has specialized in travel photography, capturing the essence of the places from the tranquillity of a lake at dawn to the bustle of a metropolis. He likes to shoot fresh high key images.
 
Francesco Iacomino
 
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FVGPhoto
 
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FVGPhoto is a small group of talented landscape and editorial photographers from Italy.
 
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