Josh Andrews, landscape photographer

Shortly after completing a landscape project for my digital photography class, I decided to look more into landscape photography. After researching an array of photographers, I stumbled upon Josh Andrews. While looking at his website, I immediately recognized a connection between his work and my own.

Although our approaches are completely different – I photograph my paintings close up, he photographs existing natural landscapes – I like to think that we share a similar aesthetic.

Josh Andrews, Mud Flat Detail, West Valley Road, Death Valley National Park, March 2008
Josh Andrews, Mud Flat Detail, West Valley Road, Death Valley National Park, March 2008
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Claire Talbot, Untitled 1
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Josh Andrews, Dry Lake Bed, Bonnie Claire Flat, Northeast of Death Valley National Park, March 2008
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Claire Talbot, Untitled 2
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Josh Andrews, Monaco Glacier, Svalbard, September 2006
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Claire Talbot, Untitled 3

For my final project in my digital photography class, I am going to do a continuation of my landscapes, drawing inspiration from Andrews and other landscape photographers such as Stephen Cacciatore and Linda Aaron.

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