Wide-open spaces with nary a human in sight represent the world’s most well-preserved regions. This is a particular draw for great photographers in search of fresh images.
YellowKorner is thus presenting a collection of incredible photographs, in numbered limited edition, made by talented artists.
Immaculate is an appropriate term to describe these images. Capturing the white of snow (against equally white skies), while making the scenery, animals
, and flora stand out with striking contrast, is an art requiring great talent.
The French photographer Nolwenn Hadet
excels in this area. In her photographs, you can admire polar bears in their natural habitat. The photographer regularly leaves France for icy stretches of the globe like the Arctic. These images, taken in far-off lands hardly touched by humans, are fascinating in their singularity, and the precision of their contrasts and light interplay.
But extreme cold doesn’t necessarily mean North Pole! The photographer Jean-François Hagenmuller
, a mountain
lover (and ski and mountaineering instructor), enjoys capturing his day-to-day universe. He offers images of Alps peaks, rocky mountain tops covered in bright, smooth snow. Making these photographs calls for expertise, given the difficulty of rendering the icy beauty and soul of these settings. His images, at sunrise when tall mountains are shrouded in light and cloud, are sublime in a modern, elegant interior decor.
In this YellowKorner collection, you can also admire the cold’s arrival in the great cities of Europe and the United States. Franck Bohbot
captures snowfall in the urban bustle, in daylight and after dark. The serenity emanated by these timeless, dreamlike images will lend refinement to your decor.