My favourite photographers

Photography is about enjoying the beauty of the world in images and teaches you how to see things with new eyes. After you learn photography you not only become a creator of images, but also an avid consumer of photos; not only the ones you take, but also those taken by others. This page contains a selection of my favourite photographers.


  • Albert Dros. He shoots many kinds of subjects, such as landscape, nature and macro.
  • Andy Lee. A master of black & white, dark colours, shadows and lights, with a preference for the square format.
  • Antonio Benetti. Mostly bird and wildlife, with some landscape too.
  • Antonio Pinzone. A friend of mine, he likes to travel a lot, perhaps also because he works in a big travel agency.
  • Art Morris. He is one of the most famous bird photographers — I learned the basics of this art reading his books.
  • Bernhard Edmaier. Specialised in aerial photography of the Earth, with mostly pattern and abstract photos, including some majestic views of glaciers.
  • Charles Cramer. Exquisite landscape photographer.
  • Chris Frost. Landscape photographer of the year in 2020, mainly focuses about Dorset, UK.
  • Clemens Vanderwerf. Landscape and wildlife photographer.
  • Daniele Occhiato. Specialised in birds, his site has a large collection of photos.
  • Danny Green. Outstanding wildlife photography, mainly from nordic countries.
  • Diane Varner. Landscape and wildlife with a very special mood and peculiar post-processing.
  • Emmanuele Sordini. He is one of my best friends, with a passion for astrophotography.
  • Federico Zeni. Landscape and wildlife.
  • Floris van Breugel. Wildlife and nature photography.
  • Ian Plant. Mostly landscape and some wildlife.
  • Isabella Tabacchi. Landscape photography with Hasselblad cameras.
  • Jerome Guillaumot. Safari photography, but what I really like is his book “Voltige” about small birds.
  • Jim Richardson. Mostly Scotland, landscape and people.
  • John Shaw. One of the most famous nature and landscape photographers, I learned the basics of photography reading his books, back in the analogue age.
  • Jonathan Lhoir. Naturalist and photographer, I particularly like his “In praise of plants” portfolio.
  • Joseph Rossbach. Fine art landscape photography.