http://artwolfe.com/ Art is an appropriate name for this guy who has been a National Geographic photographer for many years now. His website is well worth a browse.
http://www.ianplant.com/ Ian is a very popular professional photographer who has some beautiful work, this site is well worth a look.
http://www.lik.com/ Peter isn’t just a good landscaper but a thrifty businessman who can boast selling the world’s most expensive photo for $6,5 million.
http://www.rodneyloughjr.com/ Similar marketing concept as Peter Lik but nonetheless well worth a visit.
http://portfolio.joemcnally.com/ National Geographic togger, need I say more?
http://www.richardchildsphotography.co.uk/ I visited Richards Gallery in Oban and was amazed at the quality and print size that is possible with a field camera.
http://www.joecornishgallery.co.uk/ Joe is indisputedly one of the best known in England.
http://www.adamburtonphotography.com/ A personal favourite of mine, super pics and a nice website to boot.
http://www.simonbutterworthphotography.com/ Nice material, from industrial and natural from the UK.
http://www.blurredvisionz.com/ If you like rugged shoreline and sunsets, this is for you.
http://www.alexnail.com/ Another gem from the UK, Alex has some lovely work.
http://www.moosepeterson.com/blog/ Moose is one of the all time greats of Canadian landscape work, shoots some good aircraft too.
http://www.marcadamus.com/ Marc has some of the most beautiful imagery I have ever seen, simple mind blowing stuff.
http://www.josephrossbach.com/ Some beautiful imagery out of the USA.
http://www.justinreznick.com/ Justin is an internationally acclaimed nature photographer who lives in Seattle, WA.
http://www.danielcheongphotography.com/ Daniel has some truely amazing architectural material, especially from Dubai and Singapore.
http://www.garyhartphotography.com/ A very well presented website, Gary has specialized in all things nature especially Yosemite NP in California.
http://www.alan-campbell.com/ I visited Alans gallery in Broadford on the Isle of Skye last year and was quite jealous of his middle format analogue work I must admit.
http://www.throughstrangelenses.com/ Jimmy is a 100% photographer who travels the world constantly and a guy that shares his craft with others through a very interesting blog and many tutorials for blending techniques and HDR photography.
http://www.markokorosec.net/ Some absolutely amazing extreme weather photography from Slowakia born Marko.
http://gregbenzphotography.com/ Greg has some beautiful imagery but what makes him special is his plugin for photoshop that utilizes Luminosity masking called Lumenzia, check it out.
http://photoserge.com/ Serge lives and works in Paris and has a good following on Youtube due to his numerous Photoshop and Lightroom tutorials, well worth a look if you need help and tips for these most important pieces of software.
http://www.arcticphoto.is/ Arcticphoto is a gallery situated in the heart of Reykjavik presenting some very nice work with a website full of interesting tours, a blog and inspiration.
http://www.elialocardi.com/ Elia Locardi is a very good landscape photographer who has given up almost everything of a normal life to pursue his dream. He has established himself very well with many interesting videos on Youtube & particularly with an extravagant video tutorial series in cooperation with another Youtube great, Fstoppers.
http://www.stefanforster.com/ Stefan is a young photographer from Switzerland who has in such a short time seen much of the world through his viewfinder. Not only that he has some beautiful images shot with a drone.
http://www.dmitryarkhipov.com/ Born in Moscow, Dmitry has covered 112 countries to date & has won many photo awards making him a very popular photographer with over 1 million visitors attending his 5 exhibitions so far.
https://www.vadimsherbakov.com/ Vadim is an Art Director & Web Designer who through his creative talent has earnt a reputation for punchy landscape & cityscape work.
https://explosiveaperture.com/ Clint Burkinshaw, a photographer originating from South Australia has a very distinctive style of landscape photography using quite a bit of postprocessing to achieve his way of seeing things & I must admit I find the results inspiring.
Landscape Photography by Gavin Hardcastle
Gavin is a VERY professional outdoor photographer (so he says) who was nominated as LPOTY in 2017. No, sorry, that’s rubbish, he swapped a toilet-roll with Adam Gibbs for the trophy, blackmail is what they call it I think :D But seriously I have watched every single Youtube clip from Gavin https://www.youtube.com/user/fototripper as his channel is not only very entertaining but full of good advice too. His trips with fellow photographers Adam Gibbs, Thomas Heaton & Michael Shainblum are epic, I’m still wiping away the tears of joy. Keep it up Gavin.
https://www.nickpagephotography.com/ Nick is from a small town in South Eastern Washington state. He hosts “the Landscape Photography Podcast, is a workshop instructor, pro photographer, & history nerd. Need I say that Nick is a pro & his work is excellent. Calling himself a bit of a light snob, this is very evident in the quality of his imagery. Don’t forget to check-out his Youtube channel too https://www.youtube.com/nickpagephotography
https://www.adamgibbs.com/ I must say that Adams Website just doesn’t do his work justice I’m afraid but nonetheless worth taking a butchers. He too is a full blooded pro who is also present in Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/AGibbsPhotography. For me personally though Adam really comes to life when he accompanies Gavin Hardcastle on his channel travelling to the Faroe Islands or Vancouver Island in British Columbia.
Thomas says he is an introvert but this need not be a disadvantage as a landscape photographer. On the contrary it lets one dive deep into the natural habitat where you are to concentrate on getting “The shot”. Thomas is also one of the Hardcastle gang, guest starring in a number of Gavin’s travel workshops. He too appears in his own Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfhW84xfA6gEc4hDK90rR1Q
https://www.nigeldanson.com/ After a 30 second heart failure back in 2016 Nigel decided to reconsider his lifestyle giving up his 9 to 5 job in favour of a camera & the big outdoors. This was obviously a very good idea indeed. Besides proving to be a very good photographer Nigel is also an avid Youtuber https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkJld-AoXurbT2jDnfM8qiA