We chatted with five photographers who photograph the changing environment about how they hope to encourage collective action.
Italian landscape photographer Irene Tondelli visits Iceland to discover how the imposing essence of nature can impact people’s understanding of their existence.
Trent Mitchell photographs human torpedoes hurtling through lives we’re still learning how to live.
Photographer Todd Clare captures the crumbling glaciers of Patagonia, and ponders why we shoot landscapes in the first place.
Photographer Tanya Houghton travelled over 10,500 km across Australia to understand the essence of the Aboriginal peoples’ connection to the landscape.
Championed by legendary nature photographer Ansel Adams, visualisation helps photographers create striking images before they even press the shutter.
Photographer Brooke Holm immerses herself in the world’s most remote landscapes to explore the complex relationship between nature and humanity.
Known for her soft colors of sunsets and sunrises, Chiara Zonca takes on the challenge to shoot in the harsh light conditions of Namibia with the help of an ND 1000 filter.