Head for the mountains with this numbered, limited edition selection produced by YellowKorner.
Mountain photography charms as much by the purity of the settings it portrays as by the power and immensity of these peaks. Often, when we think of mountains, we immediately picture immaculate glaciers, winter sports, and white as far as the eye can see.
This is indeed a theme that has inspired a great many mountain photographers. Many of them, such as Mark Fisher , Jakub Polomski , or Jean-François Hagenmuller , focus on portraying this pristine and untouched natural wonder.
The attraction we have for these photographs of snow-capped mountains comes especially from its uniqueness – a moment that has been captured, but that could soon disappear. Ski enthusiasts never miss an opportunity to visit the mountains in winter, and they leave behind them fascinating tracks in the snow for photographers to immortalise.
The snow then melts and water rushes down mountain streams into the valleys; soon, what the artist was lucky enough to capture disappears, revealing an entirely new setting. The magic of the mountain landscapes. also comes from its shifting nature. With each new season, new colours arrive. At each moment of the year, day, or night, the mountains uncover their changing faces.
At dawn, the mist slowly clears to reveal a glimpse of the tip of the Alps in France or in the Himalayas, as in images by Mathieu Ricard . When night falls, the mountain tops become a marvellous point of reference for photographing the sky, fauna, and flora.
Without the light pollution caused by cities, YellowKorner artists can focus solely on the spectacular nature that surrounds them and create unforgettable shots. In your interior, these pure and inaccessible environments will send your mind off on endless voyages.
Mountains of Europe or Asia; once captured by the camera lens, these landscapes. will no longer be tied to any one region. They are timeless, only defined by nature
, their uneven terrain marked by the elements. Explore YellowKorner’s photographic collection in both colour and. black-and-white and allow your gaze to lose itself in these never-ending landscapes.