Mesmerizing Nature Photography by Angus Clyne

Nature Photography

Nature photography refers to a broad variety of photography taken outdoors and loyal to displaying natural rudiments such as landscapes, wildlife, plants, and close-ups of natural scenes and textures. Nature photography tends to put a stronger stress on the artistic value of the photo than other photography genres, such as photojournalism and documentary photography.

Here is our variety of outside photography captured by Angus Clyne that is devoted to displaying the world’s natural rudiments such as vegetation, wildlife, landscapes, and other natural scenes. These photographs of the speculate of nature are certain to astonish your imagination, motivate you, and imprison your spirit.

Autumn Colours Hermitage Bridge

Black Falls

Killin Falls

Hailstorm @ Kingsbarns

Good time for a Gin & Tonic...

Falls - Glen Moidart

RdTre

Frosted

Thwng

Morar Sands

Newburgh

Birch Tree

Round Law - Sidlaw Hills

Millton Falls - Glenalmond

Good time for a Gin & Tonic...

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38 Responses to “Mesmerizing Nature Photography by Angus Clyne”

  1. [...] From a collection of nature photos. [...]

  2. bill smith says:

    I wouldnt call this mesmerizing photography, I would call it good editing.

    • Isabelle says:

      If you can’t reply nicely to some fantastic and yes… mesmerising photography then simply don’t. Why not make some one feel good instead?

      And also just to note, in this day and age editing is a huge element of photography. It is a changing art.

    • dollface says:

      This is where i say you obviously don’t know crap about photography.

    • Carol says:

      There is also long exposures for shots like those, so this is both realistic and maybe a touch of deeper color but there are fantastic cameras. Don’t be so quick to jump to the conclusion that someone is simply editing something.

    • herroooo says:

      its more long exposure photography than just “good editing”

    • buddy says:

      You’re just jelous that you can’t do this stuff. These are BEAUTIFUL! Fake or not!

  3. Joe Buck says:

    Why would I want my spirit to be imprisoned?

  4. Brad Madsen says:

    I love these, great work.

  5. exceptional page. i love it.

  6. Moonflower says:

    Beautiful I enjoyed look at these picture…very relaxing thank you….

  7. amanda says:

    wonderful

  8. Tony Rogers says:

    Well, Bill,
    Of course there is editing. Are you so naive as to think it isn’t done? It is sometimes more obvious than others, but this is a series of images, stimulated in the author by the surroundings and the memories conjured when the original is reviewed on the computer screen.
    I’m probably prejudiced, though because I know several of the views, though I don’t know Angus Clyne.

  9. Leslie Ann Diffin says:

    Beautiful work, Angus Clyne. They stir the blood and settle the soul. I can close my eyes and feel my toes curl up against the cold you represented so well in Dawn Little Burnbane. Scotland tugs at the edges of the heart and is glorious to see through the eyes of one who obviously knows and loves her well. Slàinte mhòr agus a h-uile beannachd duibh.

  10. mahmoud Ismail says:

    صور رائعة جدا

  11. Tahira Hyder says:

    enjoyed & loved them

  12. b8cchus says:

    Nice photoshop…

  13. Nageswar says:

    Excellent photos. Enjoyed them. What if they are edited? It is necessary for a final outcome.

  14. Josh says:

    i really like your pictures. especially the tree that you shot in winter and in spring(?)

    i did something like that, which you can see in my gallery…i’m an amateur though

  15. Rob says:

    Bill,
    The purpose of art is to communicate. Whether you are using paint, clay, wood or photography, there is something that captured you that you want to preserve and share because you believe that it will speak to others as well. David Hamilton, in the days before Photoshop, used to smear vaseline on the camera lens to create a soft edge effect. Photographers have always used filters. Using photoshop to highlight, alter, intensify, etc… is the same as someone using paint on a blank canvas. If you can get over the “Purist” attitude and look at the image like a canvas and just let the image speak to you than you might actually find that it has something valuable to say. Not really sure if you can do that however. The tone of your comment makes it clear that you’re not really an artist and don’t really appreciate art which is what this is.

  16. topperon says:

    Wish that a name of location was attached also…too beautiful

  17. thorne says:

    I have to agree with bill.. Too much editing.. i would rather preserve the natural colour and beauty of nature than plasticize it with software

  18. Cindy says:

    Absolutely beautiful! I love nature photography, it relaxes me after a stressful day. I am unable to travel a lot, so this is a real treat!

  19. Mary says:

    Wonderful depiction of nature. The pictures are beautiful. Lovely

  20. imel says:

    what camera do you use !

  21. Peter says:

    The composition of the pictures is excellent, note how in almost every picture the is something in a corner, (some kind of line) that draws you to the center. So if he enhanced the pictures color so what. The man is a damn fine photographer.

    • tim says:

      A “damn fine photographer”? Well…he’s being dubbed “Angus Clone” on Flickr now after a photography workshop he did last year. People spotted that his images were dramatically different from other photographers images taken at the exact same time. He had photoshopped the forth bridge shaking, photoshopped different coloured skies, smoke from chimneys. He even faked an entire scene of ducks swimming across the water. People have since been going through his stream picking out all the fake stuff he’s done over the years.

  22. All I know is that I would love to visit or live in many of these beautiful places.

  23. Pamela says:

    Interesting commentary… I agree with comments on both sides of the question of editing. The images are certainly beautiful, and inspire. Ansel Adams edited in the dark room. The images that we see are not the same as the raw images from the film. On the other hand, in some of the images here, the editing is too noticeable, and I think that this is what is sparking the criticism. It is very noticeable when greens are far more vibrant than in nature – they have an electric quality. Also, the clouds in some of the images have an outline that comes from being heavy-handed with the “sharpness” scale. It is tricky to achieve a balance of all of the elements that can be manipulated, whether in PhotShop or iPhoto, and the artist must recognize when the enhancement has gone too far. There are only a few images in this set that are over-edited, but those that are are simply not believable.

  24. Ruby says:

    I wouldn’t be so quick to judge that they are edited. Cameras now days are able to have the shudder speed edited (to create the smooth water and smeared clouds) and light intake (I don’t know what its actually called but it creates a beautiful, more vibrant, photo). If you get the lighting right it enhances the colour and adds dramatic shadows. If you put all these together under the hand of an amazing photographer you get amazings photos like these. But yes some editing is used to fine tune the photo, deleting birds or power lines that ruin the composition, but is that cheating or just a further sign of not only an amazing photographer but an artist. Over all these are brilliant photo with the exeption of numbers 6 and 26 (counting from the top) only because i personally like more colour in photos.

  25. nikki says:

    is this real? :O
    the’re so pretty, but almost too good to be true.
    i dont know though, either way good work. its beautiful :)

  26. nikki says:

    oh, & by the way bill, nobody cares what YOU would call it.

  27. Lady Oak says:

    Why must people insist on things being fake, purely because they lack artistic ability themselves? Just because YOU can’t do it, doesn’t mean it can’t be done.

  28. Fantastic Photography and some very good lighting – good post

  29. akasha says:

    copying from Wikipedia is allowed:
    Nature photography tends to put a stronger stress on the artistic value of the photo than other photography genres

  30. tim says:

    PS – if you look closely at the last photo of the man in the forest. The man has been photoshopped in.

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