Light has difficulty penetrating these distinctive places, creating bright rays or highlighting canopies. It is hard to believe that nature can offer scenes of such great delicateness and power at the same time.
The universe of the forest often recalls childhood and the magic of fairytales. Light has difficulty penetrating these distinctive places, creating bright rays or highlighting canopies. It is hard to believe that nature can offer scenes of such great delicateness and power at the same time. Humans feel small and simple in the face of this uncertain landscape
of great scale.
With their sharp eye, the photographers selected by YellowKorner observe nature in an attempt to unveil its secrets. nature photography moreover holds the advantage of giving free reign to the imagination of each artist. This astounding site opens the doors to an elsewhere in which everything seems possible, everything seems different.
Forest photography brings a contemplative air to any decor. Every spectator will see a universe within, emerging from their own mind. This is a highly personal form of photography, for observers and photographers alike. Artists each bring their own perspective to flora, through different vantage points, techniques, and moments.
Janek Sedlar , for example, enjoys making trees dance. He shoots tightly framed images in which tree trunks resemble fragile, shifting silhouettes in a gentle, colourful light. The photographer plays with light piercing the dim undergrowth to highlight the magic of these difficult-to-access spaces.
Adam Burton, meanwhile, enjoys playing with time. He captures the forest crisscrossed with streams and rivers in striking shots that almost appear to move. Large, high forests are captured from within, from a human point of view – tiny in the face of the towering treetops climbing towards the blue sky. But fauna and flora can also be grasped in any number of different ways. In daylight and at night
, photographers observe the delicate opening of flower petals, or the changing colours of the autumn leaves.
Marc Adamus enjoys placing the forest and nature in a broader frame. He takes wider shots, offering snowy backgrounds highlighted by the colours of the flora. He roots this world, often dreamlike, in a well-known reality.
Be swept away by the discovery of forests, in the wildest of settings, seeking out beauty and adventure through this collection of photographs in numbered limited edition from YellowKorner.