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Landscape photography

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Phillip Buehler: Modern Ruins

Created and maintained by photographer Phillip Buehler, this site showcases photos he has taken at various "modern ruins," decaying buildings or sites that still perhaps echo human presence. While there are twenty collections of photos on the site, only the first six are presented as thumbnail indexes with brief introductions and captions. The remaining sections are available as small images with...
Robert Adams: The Place We Live

Organized by the Yale University Art Gallery, this retrospective exhibition presents forty years of photographer Robert Adams' work. Yale holds Adams' master prints and is re-issuing a number of his books to supplement the exhibition. Adams, who currently lives and works in northwestern Oregon, was born in New Jersey in 1937 and has spent his career documenting the often detrimental effects that...
A Democracy of Images

In 1983, the Smithsonian American Art Museum began collecting photographs. Today they have over 7000 images and this website offers a wonderful exploration of but a few of their holdings. The title of this collection refers to Walt Whitman's belief that photography was a quintessentially American activity, rooted in everyday people and ordinary things. The visual delights here are divided into...
National Geographic: Photography

The exquisite visual offerings created by National Geographic over the past 125 years are well known by the general public around the world. This fine corner of their website brings together the work of their many fine staff photographers, videographers, and community members who contribute to this expansive brocade. After creating a free login, visitors can start their journey through the site by...
10thirtysix: Jarob Ortiz

In 2017, the National Park Service announced that photographer Jarob Ortiz would be the staff photographer for the Heritage Documentation Programs. When the NPS announced that they would be hiring a staff photographer in 2015, they compared the position to the one that Ansel Adams held in 1941 when he began photographing national parks for the Department of the Interior. Of the 4,000 applicants,...