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10 landscape photographers to follow in 2020

10 landscape photographers to follow in 2020
(Image credit: Louise Carey)

Is your kitchen table still recovering from groaning under the weight of your Christmas dinner? Are you sick to the stomach by the thought of yet another mince pie (but still end up muttering a feeble, oh, go on then)? Well, we've got the perfect remedy for your festive overindulgence - experiencing the sheer joy of the outdoors… by checking out our list of the best landscape photographers to follow on social media in 2020. (What, you didn't think we were actually going to advocate going outside did you?)

This list of landscape photographers is made up of some of the most innovative and exciting 'togs we've seen. If you've been looking for fresh inspiration for your own landscape photography, then we'd definitely recommend smashing that follow button on some of these talented folks. 

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From dramatic mountain vistas, to secluded forest views, these landscape photographers have captured an incredible array of vistas for your viewing pleasure…

10. Nomad Lad

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A photo posted by on on Sep 10, 2019 at 6:55am PDT

True to his name, Nomad Lad (also known as Tom Carter) has collected a vast array of incredible landscape photographs from all around the world. From China, to Germany, to Dubai, Nomad Lad's golden light-drenched landscape photography is the perfect inspiration to race to that dream location before dawn. 

09. Simone Cmoon

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Simone Cmoon is a Switzerland-based landscape photographer who captures a variety of beautiful vistas, but her astrophotography is where she truly shines. With countless ethereal, dreamy shots of dramatic mountains lit by starlight, we couldn't be more in love with her work. 

08. Victoria Haack

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A photo posted by on on Oct 24, 2019 at 5:40pm PDT

Viktoria Haack is a landscape photographer who originally hails from the UK, but is currently based in British Columbia, Canada. She's both a Nikon ambassador and a Lowepro Global ambassador - plus she's collaborated with companies such as Lee Filters, Purina, and Vichy Canada. 

07. Dreaming and Wandering

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A photo posted by on on Oct 6, 2018 at 11:00am PDT

Dreaming and Wandering, also known as Martina Gebarovska, is a travel and landscape photographer who combines savvy travel advice with stunning photos of incredible vistas. Czech-born, but based in the Rockies, Gebarovska's feed is filled with stunning Canadian mountains and lakes. 

06. Daniel Cheong

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A photo posted by on on Nov 21, 2017 at 7:55am PST

If you love landscape photography, but you're looking for something a little bit more urban and exciting, you may want to give Daniel Cheong a follow. His incredible cityscapes show the magic of Dubai at night, but his most special images are taken up high with a heavy layer of fog - just like the photo above.

05. Michael Shainblum

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Michael Shainblum isn't just an accomplished landscape photographer, he also produces some of the best time lapses and hyper lapses we've ever seen (including this time lapse of the northern lights). Whether you're interested in city time lapses or dramatic landscape photography, Shainblum delivers in spades. 

04. Hans Gunnar Aslaksen

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Hans Gunnar Aslaksen is a designer and photographer based in Larvik, Norway. Having been inspired by the vast beauty of nature when he visited natural beauty spot Vøringsfossen in 2016, Aslaksen became a self-taught landscape photographer. His talents have landed him a position as a brand ambassador for NiSi Filters.

03. Daniel Kordan

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When it comes to landscape photography, there are few who have captured more exquisite images than Daniel Kordan. Born in Moscow, Russia, but currently based in Tuscany, Italy, Kordan runs popular landscape photography workshops and tours in location including the Lofoten islands, Patagonia, Provence, Greenland, Mongolia and Japan.

02. Mikko Lagerstedt

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Mikko Lagerstedt is a self-taught fine art landscape photographer from Finland. Having been featured on publications including the BBC, The Telegraph, Yahoo and the Huffington Post, Lagerstedt has built an impressive following of almost 200k followers who adore his beautifully composed landscapes.

01. Marc Adamus

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Having been shooting landscapes since the days of film, Marc Adamus is renowned in the photographic industry for his dramatic vistas. Based in Western North America, Adamus has travelled the world capturing images that have used by clients such as Apple, HP, Toshiba and National Geographic. 

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  • AnOpticalView
    Some great images and great photography but there must be hundreds if not thousands of well heeled young photographers somehow travelling the world without visible financial means getting to all the top photosites where it would be hard to fail creating an impressive image from after all what is an impressive view.
    The best landscape photographers in the world tend to be those that take the mundane and make something special of it, not travel and photo tourists.
    Instagram , who over 50 years old uses that ? Lol
    There is a great mistake by the young and budding journalists and magazine staff that all photographers, have a website, are on Facebook /Instagram/500pix etc etc. This is just patently not true. In my photoclub (which has both a website and Facebook page/s) as far as I know only one person uses Facebook (and he created the facebook page - lol)? I am not saying it is a good or a bad thing. It is understandable that every 'shake-and-bake' 'fine art photographer' that pops out of art college wants a career so immediately enrols in all these things to get themselves known but in the real world where the majority of photography takes place (amateurs) this is not the case.
    Meanwhile these parallel worlds of photography exist with only a few engaging with both and the majority remaining in one trench or another?