Trey Ratcliff is one of the pioneers in HDR photography. Basically, he is an extremely passionate travel photographer. His travel blog stuckincustoms.com is among the biggest travel blogs. However, he invests plenty of his time to take HDR Landscape Photographs, and they are gorgeous. He travels a lot and his collection of HDR landscape photographs contains sceneries from all around the globe.
Trey grew up in Texas but currently lives in New Zealand with his family. He was a Computer Programmer by profession until he discovers photography in his mid-30s. And now he has buyers for his fine art photographs all around the world. He is the first photographer to have an HDR photograph displayed in the Smithsonian Museum. Here is a stunning collection of his HDR landscape photographs.
Ratcliff’s HDR landscape photography is characterized by its vivid and almost surreal look. He uses post-production cleverly and creates a final result that is both highly detailed and incredibly vivid. All his HDR landscape photographs consist of bright and bold colours that are beautifully balanced against a range of deep, rich shadows.
Ratcliff’s work has been widely recognized and has been featured in numerous publications and exhibitions, including National Geographic, Time, Forbes, and The New York Times. He is also a sought-after speaker and has given talks on photography, travel, and digital art at conferences and events around the world.
Ultimately, Trey Ratcliff’s HDR landscape photography can be described as a unique blend of technical expertise, artistic vision, and a deep love of travel and exploration. Visit his website and social media channels to see more HDR photographs of other genres also, such as architectural and street photography.
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