daniel korzhonov: crimea winter photography daniel korzhonov: crimea winter photography
feb 03, 2012

daniel korzhonov: crimea winter photography

frozen tree image © daniel korzhonov

the republic of crimea, a part of ukraine, lies on a peninsula stretching out from the south of ukraine between the black sea and the sea of azov. russian photographer daniel korzhonov has captured the region’s winter and its deserted nature.

panorama with grass, beautifully  arranged by the wind image © daniel korzhonov

fog, frost, snow… image © daniel korzhonov

early morning sunrise with soft diffused light image © daniel korzhonov

the valley of the ghosts image © daniel korzhonov

see more images here.

  • dreamy

    yuna says:
  • looks like a plastic landscape,fake,over the top with \’soft\’ lighting often used in B-Porn.
    It looks like HDR and not like an actual photograph

    flare says:
  • @flare

    None of what you describe detracts from its beauty or artistic merit.

    Just when you think you’re bored of the conventional theme of landscapes, someone does something extraordinary – like this.

    douglas says:
  • The first photo is stunning. It’s probably HDR infrared photography.

    Jimmy Gunawan says:
  • great work

    bilya says:
  • could someone explain me which after effects have been used there? or what kinds of techniques?
    i really like those pictures they’re looking really beautiful

    vincent says:
  • Thx.

    Images are not hdr or infrared. Lightly touched in PS. Everything straight from the cam with natural light.

    /daniel k

    daniel k says:
  • Hi Daniel, I love the way you captured th elight in these photographs. I live in Sweden and the next time it’s icy cold here and we have some fog, I want to try this. Do you have nay tips on setup, camera settings, etc?
    Cheers!

    Rob says:

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