Published on May 6th, 2013 | by Christopher Moriarty
The Top 100 Travel Photographers in the World for 2013
The world is an exciting place but not many of us get to see it all. Thankfully, the art of photography lets intrepid explorers and holiday experts capture some of the most inspiring, intriguing and downright striking images from across the globe. In an era when everyone is armed with a camera on their mobile phones and fancies their abilities to spice up boring shots with Instragram and the like, it takes a special kind of photographer to really make their own images stand out.
Luckily, there are hordes of highly skilled snappers out there with the ability to photograph the most exciting destinations in all their glory.
Here is our list of the Top 100 Travel Photographers, complete with their Twitter, website or Google+ details so you can keep track of their ongoing journeys:
Not only an expert in inspirational photos, but inspirational lifestyles too having flogged his house six years ago to go travelling – and never stopping. Stunning images gathered across all seven continents are continually added to. A multi-award winning photographer with more than 116,000 Twitter followers keeping up to date with his movements.
With a website that looks like an advert for Indiana Jones and an itinerary even more adventurous, the result is an ever-growing portfolio of images that will keep you engrossed for hours. Follow his tweets and his avid passion for photos and travel will quickly rub off.
An in-demand photographer who specialises in capturing nature at its most natural and wildlife at its wildest, especially in his stark and dramatic landscapes from the remotest parts of North America and beyond. And if you want to learn from the best, he offers travel photography workshops across the globe. Trip to Patagonia to polish up your skills, anyone?
Manhattan-based photographer who really embraces the idea of capturing life through pictures. He’s not afraid to diary his life through Instagram, while his professional snaps give a unique outlook on life in New York. He’s photographed everyone from Justin Bieber to Jon Bon Jovi (which is almost like a weird ‘before and after’, when you think about it), but is also an expert in travel photography and capturing those magic moments that everyday life throws up around the world. Be sure to check out his iconic Cuba images.
Sheila K McIntyre
Taker of beautiful travel photos and the sender of many, many tweets. Always keen to engage with her followers, you’ll also be treated to links to her stunning images, from beautiful close-ups of birds to dramatic landscape shots on her travels.
A great source for staying up to speed on the latest trends in photography, photojournalism and social media, he has certainly embraced the new opportunities that the mobile word has opened up. But aside from that he has carved out an enviable reputation as one of the world’s most respected and truly global photographers, with his portraits captured at every corner of the planet making for a simply stunning collection.
Brendan van Son
Proof that being a bit restless is something to embrace not ignore. Twitter gives you direct access to his non-stop life every day of the year – and what a life he leads, travelling the planet and capturing incredible wildlife images as he goes. His own site is also a great resource for those with an interest in travel, listing the best travel websites and a series of travel guides, while he also runs beautiful travel mag Vagabundo.
Ambitious and talented film-maker, raising heartfelt issues through his work. Just as intriguing are his real-life inspired travel shots, from sunsets in his home city of LA to gritty industrial scenes from his travels across Europe and the world.
Seems to have all the right ingredients listed on her Twitter account: “Food + booze + travel.” But far from concentrating on pictures of drunken kebab feasts during messy nights out in Majorca, as that snippet may suggest, her tasty Inside Cuisine blog actually provides a unique window on the world through tantalising photos of food and drinks from restaurants, homes and street sellers around the world.
Australia is a land which naturally lends itself to great photography, with unrivalled landscapes, unique wildlife and beautiful coastlines. Luckily, Aussie expert, tour operator and travel snapper Steve Baile is there to capture much of this captivating country in true photographic style.
Travel snapper and blogger Matt Long “specialises in luxury adventure travel”, which sounds like possibly the best job description in the world to us. Follow his globe-trotting antics on Twitter, although we can’t promise you won’t be beset by pangs of jealousy.
If you grow up in a place as beautiful as New Zealand then there’s really no excuse not to become a photographer. Luckily Trey Ratcliff has the skills to do the breathtaking landscapes justice, capturing everything from endless beautiful sunsets to dolphins frolicking in the surf. He is a renowned HDR (high definition range imaging, for the uninitiated) expert and has inspired thousands of others to experiment in this art form.
Texas-based photographer Jim Nix is another HDR expert, which means he produces landscapes and cityscapes in simply stunning colours. Fantastic at sharing tips on his own site to help hone your own skills in this photographic art-form too.
Denver-based travel enthusiast Colby Brown is not only a fantastic photographer, chronicling all sorts of sides to life on planet earth, but he’s a fantastic teacher too, running popular photography workshops both in person and online and producing books aimed at helping other photographers progress and grow their following.
Not only is jeffsettin.com possibly the best travel photographer web address ever, but his photos are none-too-shabby either. From glamorous shots on tour with Ne-Yo to his travel photography, his pictures are a unique take on urban life in some of the world’s most vibrant cities.
Having earned the enviable position of a “location independent digital nomad”, hard working entrepreneur James Clark spends most of his life on the go and luckily for the rest of us he took up travel writing and photography to share his experiences. His pictures ooze local charm and he captures the sort of moments you can only enjoy by really getting stuck in to experience each place you visit.
Here at Chillisauce, we like anyone who describes themselves as an ‘adventure junkie.’ If that adventure junkie can then back up their claims with stunning photos taken on their adventures across the globe then even better. Step forward Matthew Karsten. If you want to see pictures of searches for lost Columbian drug planes, kayaking through shark, croc and hippo-infested waters or trekking to the top of erupting volcanoes, then he’s your man.
Jeff Davidson came to photography relatively late (mid-30s, if that counts as ‘late’?) after a lifelong interest, but it’s lucky for the rest of us that he did as it means we can all enjoy his uniquely personal portraits and dreamy landscape shots from various inspiring spots.
Lanora describes herself as an “escapism expert” and her photoblog at www.lanoramueller.com is certainly a great form of escapism for everyone to enjoy, letting you get lost in absorbing images from some far-flung locations and those closer to home too. Check out the eerie calm captured in her photo of the Fox River lighthouse in Illinois.
Self-confessed “nonstop vagabond” Glen Allison doesn’t take your average holiday snaps, he captures beautiful works of art with his camera, focusing on the minutiae of everyday life in the destinations he visits, as well as jaw-droppingly dramatic landscapes.
Wyoming has never looked so enticing. That’s because Wyoming is one of the places lucky enough to have been visited by Jim Goldstein and his camera. Subtly different and always engaging, his images make the ordinary look extraordinary and the extraordinary look out of this world.
Freelance photojournalist Michel Guntern has taken in an incredible 120 countries on his travels so far, capturing countless fantastic photos while he was at it. He’s also a great person to follow to keep abreast of everything going on in the world of travel photography, with his Travel Notes website helping you plan your own trip and TravelTwip.com curating the best travel snaps from across the Twittersphere.
Katie Goodman makes photography tasty. Her Goodlife Eats site not only serves up fantastic family recipes with tantalising images to accompany them, but also delves into the world of travel photography with delicious snaps from her journeys.
Penny De Los Santos
It will no doubt make you hungry, it could even make you a teeny bit jealous, but you’ll still be glad you followed Penny De Los Santos when you’re drinking in her captivating food and travel photographs. You’ll learn a thing or two as well, with Penny having a fantastic cultural awareness that comes across in her work.
Combines his twin loves of extreme sports and beautiful photography into a dreamy collection of images from around the world. From surfers in Hawaii to moody black and white snapshots of his home city of Chicago, his passion for the outdoors translates expertly in his photography.
Follow Juno’s ongoing travels as she backpacks around the world, charting tales and places as she goes through her Runaway Juno blog and capturing the heart of everywhere she visits with some delightful photography too.
Immerse yourself in Matt Considine’s photography and you will immediately feel closer to wildlife and the beauty of the natural world. An expert in underwater photography with awe-inspiring shots of majestic marine life, he is also an active campaigner for preserving nature through his wildlife photography. His travel photography portfolio spans continents and always captures uniquely interesting aspects about the destinations he visits.
Anthony M. Davis
Demonstrates a real skill in making even the seemingly mundane aspects of travel look interesting, while his focus on the architecture of various places makes for an intriguing collection of images. His infrared images are unnervingly beguiling but constantly captivating. He has an inspiring back story too, after an injury-enforced 20-year hiatus from photography, he decided to pick up his camera again and recapture his unique outlook on the world.
Brandon Elijah Scott
With a fantastic eye for images, designer, blogger and travel photographer Brandon Elijah Scott creates beautiful fine art photography and is passionate about sharing his research and photography tips. His new photo-a-day feature provides fresh inspiration through his pictures every day.
Award-winning, London-based photographer Jason Denning specialises in panoramic landscapes that really preserve a moment in time to be enjoyed time and again. His ongoing quest to find and capture inspirational views has produced some stunning results.
Californian Kelly Harmon is on a mission to hit more than 100 counties, chronicling her travels with some fantastic photography along the way. Stunning images of inspiring destinations include Thailand, Antigua, the Masai Mara, Laos and Cambodia to create a veritable bucket list of must-see places.
Solo travel blogger Gray Cargill describes herself as an amateur photographer but has some incredible professional-quality pictures from her travels to share. Her www.solofriendly.com website is full of practical and inspiring tips for those looking into traveling alone as well, including unique ways of including yourself in your photos when sightseeing on your own.
If you thought that mobile snaps weren’t much cop then think again. Nomadic traveller and mobile photography enthusiast Kirsten Alana has even taught the skill at conferences. Her own pictures are accompanied by witty descriptions of her life on the road too and make for entertaining viewing.
Did what most people only dream of by ditching the corporate life in favour of travel, writing and taking pictures en route. Her travels are all about searching for the meaning in her life (the ‘hole in her donut’) and her images express that desire to seek out the cultural values in the places she visits.
Davide Petilli is an Italian freelance photographer who produces breathtaking fine art prints from his travel photography. He specialises in black and white images which are achingly stylish and his personal blog is a good read for any aspiring photographers too.
Southeast Asia is often a must-visit destination for aspiring travel photographers keen to capture the colourful nature of everyday life as well as the stunning landscapes. Freelancer John Lander has made it his home and is based in Bangkok and Tokyo, producing expert galleries of Japanese gardens, Asian festivals and cuisine, and travelling extensively throughout the region.
Italian photographer Claudio Giovenzana has been on the road for five years now and is passionate about sharing the extraordinary pictures he takes along the way. His images of Mexico are particularly worth admiring.
Taking in everywhere from the far-flung landscapes of Patagonia and Kilimanjaro to the bustling urban hotspots of New York, Rio and Paris, award-winning journalist Abigail King has circled the globe twice and is at the forefront of travel media in the UK. Her photographic work embraces the myriad of cultures she has experienced, from nature at its best to outstanding buildings, from unique portraits to sumptuous shots of food.
Argentinian snapper Martin Balo is a prolific Tweeter and a prolific traveller too, focusing on the cosmopolitan nature of some of the world’s most exciting cities, while his sunset and sunrise shots are simply stunning.
Food enthusiast Melody Fury is inspired by rich tapestry of tastes and flavours the world has to offer and specialises in food photography. From food markets to gourmet restaurants and everything in between, her love of food and its connection to local cultures also provides a tasty take on travel photography.
Recently shortlisted in the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards, professional photographer Sandy Herd travels the world, producing international travel magazine Self Indulged along the way. It’s a great read and, of course, jam-packed with incredible images.
Scotland boasts picturesque scenes and dramatic landscapes galore so it’s no surprise that it’s a popular haunt for travel photographers. Keith Savage, who quit his lucrative desk job in Vancouver in favour of a life of discovery, has set about exploring it one month at a time, with beautiful photos and an inspiring blog (and plenty of scotch) to show for his troubles.
Travel the world from the comfort of Twitter by following Melissa’s tweets, an unbeatable resource for all things happening in the world of travel, full of tips and advice and regularly pointing people in the direction of inspirational articles and images from around the web. Her own travels are beautifully documented in photo form too.
Canadian snowboarder and outdoors enthusiast Matt Gibson likes to push life to its limits and his adventurous photos reflect this. If you like to spend days at your desk dreaming of carving up the powder snow then Matt’s pictures can transport you there in an instant.
Another Canadian photographer with a taste for adventure, he runs adventure tours of Nova Scotia to help people get stuck into the incredible landscape. His fantastic photos also help capture the very essence of living a life of discovery.
Starting off as a hobbyist photographer in his early 30s, Devon-based British snapper David Clapp quickly developed into a landscape specialist and now teaches workshops and writes about the art of producing beautiful landscape pictures, honing his own craft in some of the UK’s most under-appreciated landscapes as well as in countries around the world.
Not a travel site about Seattle the state, but her real name is actually Seattle, as she must be sick of explaining to people. She is, in fact, from Toronto in Canada, and her strong wanderlust has taken her across the globe, blogging and taking pictures as she goes. Her own website is packed full of tips, travel ideas and advice based on her own extensive experience.
Murray On Travel
Aspirational travel writer and photographer with a knack for finding those extra special places and giving candid, informative reviews of his experiences. Worth a follow on Twitter too where he’ll share plenty of features and pictures from across the web to inspire your travel daydreams.
This ‘professionally curious’ journalist and blogger starting taking snaps on his travels to accompany his travel writing but has developed into a specialist in capturing striking images of wildlife and wilderness environments.
A well-travelled freelancer with a multicultural background and a diverse and creative approach to photography. Only picked up his first DSLR camera in 2007 but quickly turned his new passion into a new career. Has some added bonus skills for a travel photographer in that he speaks five languages too and he is passionate about educating people through his pictures.
Kat Von B
Travel photographer for people with a keen interest in all things beautiful. Finds beauty in all sorts of things, from quirky room decorations to derelict country buildings and battered cars, as well as producing eye-catching snaps of striking holiday destinations.
Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott
Husband and wife team Daniel and Audrey live a life of freedom that most couples only dream of and have been travelling the world for five years. With 75 countries covered so far and counting, their photography shows their taste for delving deep and off the beaten track and you can follow their unique route by the footstep through their Uncornered Market website.
Beers and Beans
When someone collects 8 million followers on Pinterest, you know they must be doing something right. Randy and Beth are another wayfaring couple sharing their travelling exploits with the world and a thoroughly engaging journey it is too.
Alberto Molero and Nellie Huang are the talented founders of WildJunket Magazine, which is dedicated to seeking out the most extraordinary destinations and journeys, written and captured by passionate bloggers and photographers, encouraging sustainable travel along the way. Alberto has impressively led the way with his impressively vast gallery of photos from adventurous locations across the globe.
The Blonde Gypsy
The iPhone is a powerful photographic tool in the right hands and the charmingly titled ‘Blonde Gypsy’, aka Larissa, is one of the best in the business, sharing her unique and inventive mobile photography from some impressive destinations. She’s great at sharing tips and secrets on getting the best out of your iPhone camera too.
Ex-army officer Iain Mallory likes to push things to the limit, including his photography. His pictures are a great outlet for his adventurous spirit and display a creative streak too, from his unique collection of washing line photos in Cuba to extreme BMX riding pics in Canada.
Kah Kit Yoong
The ‘Magic Hour’ in the website address refers to ambitious travel photographer Kah Kit Yoong’s ongoing quest to capture those perfect moments where changing light transforms the breathtaking views around the world into something truly sublime. And the results are simply extraordinary.
With more than a quarter of a century’s experience of nature, wildlife and travel photography, it is fair to say that Rolf Hicker has earned his reputation as one of the world’s best. From getting up close with polar bears, whales and red pandas to capturing awe-inspiring sunsets or dramatic waterfalls, Rolf Hicker has photographed it all and more.
Dave Bouskill and Deb Corbeil
Follow Canadian couple Dave and Deb as they continue their ongoing mission to travel the world, inspiring others with their incredible images from some incredible destinations. Seven continents, 80 counties and counting, with many more to come.
With a background in design and post production, Elia has a deep rooted interest in producing beautiful things. But since giving up the paycheck world in which he once lived, he has found a new freedom travelling the world full-time, sharing photography techniques through workshops and discovering new and beautiful things to photograph every day.
Wedding photography may not always sound like the most exciting way to put your skills to use. But for Scott Jarvie, a specialist in destination weddings, capturing happy couples on their big day takes him all over the world. Joy-filled pictures in amazing locations certainly make for life-affirming viewing.
Philippines-based photographer Jacob Maentz is an expert at capturing the essence of the different cultures he encounters in some of the world’s most far-flung and hard-to-reach destinations.
With pictures published across a range of media, from landscape calendars to well-read magazines, Sean Bagshaw’s work has provided inspiration to a widespread audience. His twin passions of travel and photography led to him pursuing photography full time in 2004 and he is always willing to go the extra mile for that perfect shot.
California-based professional travel photographer Adam Allegro is a former naval officer during which time he travelled the world. He now continues to visit all corners of the globe, capturing offbeat images and stunning photographs along the way.
The state of California boasts more variety in its landscapes, coastlines, national parks and stunning vistas than many entire countries so it is little surprise that it attracts hordes of travel photographers. Southern California-based landscape snapper Steve Sieren specialises in capturing this rich variety with his beautiful art images, with his work taking him into some of the most remote and unspoilt spots in the area and its nearby deserts.
Rick Sammon’s photography work has taken him to nearly 100 counties across the world, with his talents taking in a wide range of subjects. His work and experience is so respected that he now hosts workshops in some dramatic destinations, including Death Valley, Iceland, Provence and even on safari in Kenya and Tanzania.
The South Island of New Zealand where Chris McLennan was born and raised is full of amazing photographic opportunities. But that hasn’t stopped this award-winning travel photographer travelling the world in search of incredible shots, which have been published across the globe.
New Yorker Chase Guttman boasts a National Geographic award among his accolades and a glance at his portfolio is enough to show you why his images are so admired. A photography enthusiast since the age of five, his work continues to go from strength to strength.
From Mongolia to the Middle East, Iceland to Alaska, Lucie Debelkova doesn’t let long journeys or tough conditions get in the way of capturing beautiful landscape images. The Prague-born photographer is on a constant mission to learn and hone her skills while discovering beautiful sights as she explores the world.
Frenchman Jeff specialises in colourful images of Asia having spent seven years in China and recently relocated to Bangkok. Portraits full of character, awesome city shots and other-worldly landscape images are typical of his fine art photography portfolio.
Aussie-based Danny Tan only took up photography three years ago but his initial enthusiasm soon translated into an impressive talent which has been honed impressively quickly. His inventively crafted photos throughout Australia and Southeast Asia make up a highly original body of work.
Troy Floyd rediscovered a burning passion for travel after a trip to Australia inspired him to give up his well paid job in 2009 in favour of a new life of discovery. After quickly sharpening up his skills he quickly adapted to his new life as a travelling photographer and luckily for the rest of his he regularly shares his stunning work, blogging as he goes.
Irish photographer Victor Lacken is now based in Amsterdam where he runs a thriving production company, offering inspiring and impassioned photojournalism and film-making services. His work often focuses on capturing the humanity and personal stories of the places he visits, while from a technical point of view he’s a HDR specialist.
Seattle-born, UK-based Meleah is a travelling photographer who also specialises in High Dynamic Range (HDR) images to create unique images of architecture and landscapes. Very proactive in sharing her work for others to enjoy too, with much of her work available under Creative Commons licences.
A love of travel has inspired Richard Love to choose his vacations wisely in order to get the most out of the photographic opportunities presented on his travels, sharing the impressive results on a site shared with his brother and fellow travel photography enthusiast David.
Professional photographer David Sanger has made an enviable living travelling and taking pictures for the past two decades, taking the sorts of inspiring images that you will find in travel books and magazines the world over. Also the publisher of inspirational free iPad travel magazine TRVL.
Like many with a deep-rooted wanderlust, Laurence packed up the corporate life in favour of setting out to explore the world. He now takes dramatically beautiful, and at times haunting, photographs and shares them on his popular blog, which is filled with plenty of tips and insightful posts too.
A prolific tweeter, so much so that he has even bagged a ‘Shorty Award’ – the so-called ‘Oscars of Twitter’. With nearly 125,000 followers, there are plenty of people keen to keep tabs on JD who has spent 20 years traversing the globe making tourism and travel videos and taking fantastic stills too.
An intriguingly titled ‘aerial cinematographer’ by trade, which is essentially providing aerial filming and photography through the use of remote control helicopters and sounds like possibly the coolest job in the world. Also enjoys a handy side hobby of iPhone photography which gives you an insight into the darn cool places he visits.
Freelance travel photographer and recently-published travel writer Matt has been on the move constantly for the past five years since ditching his IT job. That decision is certainly paying off as he gets to combine his twin passions of travel and photography on a daily basis. Born in Sydney, but you may currently find him in Peru.
Aric S. Queen
Last year embarked on a unique journey across the USA on behalf of National Geographic to discover the untold stories that are changing communities for the better, tackling the 5,321 miles in just six weeks. His travels uncovered some inspiring tales and some incredibly personal pictures too.
British web designer Mike Kus certainly has an eye for a sharp image and eye-catching design, a talent that has translated itself into his impressive collection of mobile photography. An Instagram obsessive, his snaps capture the under-appreciated forms of everyday objects, the beauty in mundane street scenes and the stark drama of the British seaside.
The San Franciscan photographer and pilot’s appreciation of space delivers simply breathtaking results in his collections of stark and wide open landscapes, artistically and dramatically displayed. His Explorations in Space series has an eerie and other-worldly charm.
‘Improving the world through design’ is Dan Rubin’s motto, but he does a good job of showing off its good points through his photography too. Fantastic collection of architecture pictures and landscape shots, while his coastal images are particularly engaging.
He may describe his own tweets as ‘boring’ but his feed of Instagram pics is anything but, showcasing a fantastic appreciation of colour with photos of land and sea that really draw you in.
Camera whizz Erica Kuschel travels the world with her thrill-seeking husband Shaun, with the pair of high school sweethearts having left the daily grind in Texas behind in favour of a life of excitement and adventure. Follow their lives through Erica’s lens for their unique perspective on the world.
Now in a state of permanent transit, attorney by trade Michael Hodson started his worldwide travels back in 2008 in a bid to circumnavigate the globe without boarding an aeroplane and now he blogs and shares photographs relentlessly as he continues to search for the world’s most impressive destinations.
Nature photography enthusiast Monique Yates uses her pictures as a way of seeking out “peace and happiness” and the ability to capture the beauty through her skilled images of birds, flowers and inspiring places really does warm the heart.
Todd Sisson is a New Zealand-based pro snapper and has managed to produce a body of work that really gives his own take on this most photographed of countries. Has been shooting New Zealand’s great outdoors since the early 1990s and he and wife Sarah’s work now fills calendars, framed prints and postcards with some iconic images of his homeland.
Robert van Koesveld
His skills have seen him carve out a career as a full time photographer, with a focus on travel and cultural images, most notably in Bhutan and China. His own photography blog is called ‘Learning to See’ which sums up his approach to using images to discover something new in the world.
An international award-winning and highly in-demand photographer, Craig Easton has been commissioned to produce work for a range of high profile clients from Land Rover to London 2012, as well as having work published in popular travel books. Has captured iconic landscapes and portraits around the image and has a strong personal interest in photographing the dramatic vistas of the Scottish Highlands.
Originally drawn to photography by the vivid HDR images of Trey Ratcliff, Michael Bonocore has gone on to become an impressive exponent of the technique himself and now makes his living with his camera and earns fans galore with his bright and intriguing travel shots, also using his talents to raise awareness and money towards causes around the globe.
Pat Kennedy Corlin
From haunting portraits of beautiful owls in the wild to calming shots of sunsets over Cambodia, colourful pubs in Ireland to snow-capped mountains in Nevada, Pat Corlin’s photography stirs up plenty of emotions, but most of all make you want to dive right in and see the places for yourself.
Discovering the art in landscapes, Russ Barnes produces images which will take your breath away, and his escapism imagery has garnered plenty of attention from high profile admirers in recent years.
With a photography career that has spanned more than two decades and an interest in the art that goes back to the age of seven, Alfie Goodrich has certainly learned a trick or two. He now passes on his years of experience to others with workshops and classes from his home in Japan while continuing to add to his add to his ever-impressive portfolio.
From playful bears to icebreakers in the frozen ocean, snow-capped mountains to roaring waterfalls, Alaska is a land that presents more than its fair share of unique photographic opportunities and professional nature and wildlife snapper Ron Niebrugge is seemingly on hand to capture them all.
Craig Ferguson, now based in Taiwan, specialises in cultural photography with insightful portraits, enticing panoramas and a thought-provoking catalogue of environmental images. Originally from Australia, he has travelled extensively across Asia.
A widely-respected photography professional, Gary Crabbe is now putting the finishing touches to his seventh book with a back catalogue of coffee-table titles which show off his native California in all its glory.
A full-time travel and nature photographer, QT Luong is known for achieving the impressive feat of being the first to take pictures of all 59 of the USA’s national parks. His website attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors a month keen to browse and buy his pictures.
Another Californian photographer who is constantly finding drama and beauty across this most picturesque of American states. He specialises in capturing the unique and hard-to-find and his work has graced many a magazine cover.
So, who have we missed? Which other travel photographers do you particularly admire? Let us know in the comments below…