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.