Attracted by wide-open spaces and the most well preserved regions of the world, YellowKorner’s photographers present a collection of photographs from the desert.
These immense and often totally uninhabited lands give the imagination free rein. They also allow the artists to be highly creative in their shots, since these kinds of spaces enable them to invent everything.
Documentary photography is suitable for desert landscapes. The images often reveal the depths of Africa or the Middle East
, illustrating in colour a natural world
that is at once harsh and extremely pure (since humans rarely set foot in these desert areas).
When the images appear in black and white then the desert takes on a different look. Desert dunes and silhouettes off in the distance seem full of poetry. The duo of photographers Léon and Levy
chose this mysterious and profound photography. Their photographs often take rather unconventional forms, elongated vertically or horizontally. They capture the desert or oases, camel tracks in the sand, which disappear as the wind blows.
The talented YellowKorner photographers are able to capture the beauty of these landscapes
and transform them into works of art. Their photographs, available in numbered limited editions, will perfect any modern, elegant interior decor. They provide a touch of exoticism to your interior.
You can also appreciate the great imagination of the photographers attracted by the desert. Alastair Magnaldo
, among others, uses this vast territory to create plays of light, place forms, and fabricate illusions.
As for Jörg Dickman
, he is one of the rare photographers to set out in search of the cities that, as though cropping up out of nowhere, bring desert zones to life.
Among the collection by YellowKorner’s photographers, you will find as many fashion
photographers using the desert’s drought conditions as a backdrop as you will poetic and warm landscapes
sculpted by gentle light.