Congratulations David! On winning the once-in-a-career Ilford Highest Scoring Print award at the 2015 Canon Australian Professional Photography Awards and AIPP Australian Landscape Photographer of the Year 2015!
About David Evans
David Evans is a landscape photographer and a Master of Photography who creates works of high fidelity, depth and substance…on film.
He started photographing in the early 90′s, on the watershed of the golden age of film and the shiny, glittering age of the pixel.
His philosophy of painting with light to create an image has left him with a yearning for the old school, and so he maintains a preference for film in both medium and large format. All of the landscape images in this collection are created on film, unless otherwise stated.
Entries by David Evans
A nice article by Sarah Nicholson in Escape over the weekend, about my, and 6 other travel photographer’s favourite places to photograph. And here is the printed version.
MAROONED, ON AN ISLAND. WITH JUST YOUR CAMERA….AND YOUR BUTLER So what do you do when you come to the world’s best hotel, in one of the most stunning place on the planet? Photograph it, of course! We have combined a relaxing holiday with an opportunity to learn photography from two of the best, David […]
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be pulled on a sled by a reindeer in the arctic circle? It is a very peaceful and beautiful way to travel. Shot with a Go-pro. Check it out! With thanks to Nutti Sámi Siida, Jukkasjärvi, Sweden. Swedish Lapland & Aurora Borealis Photography Tours
Join David in early 2016 for this unforgettable photography tour in the arctic circle. Places are limited! Book here. The Northern part of Scandinavia is an extraordinary place of beauty, intrigue and extremes. Inside the arctic circle, Lapland is an expansive region of snow, reindeer, the Sámi people and the infamous Aurora Borealis, or Northern […]
NEW RELEASE | A classic Barossa Valley scene on the eastern side of the valley at sunset, looking over the vineyards of Bethany to the hills beyond. This is a scene that will never be repeated…well, without a cherry picker or perhaps a drone. Since creating this photograph, with permission, from the elevated side of […]
LIMITED EDITION RE-RELEASE | A breathless, clear evening looking down on Nugget Point, with the unusually still Southern Ocean stretching south towards Antarctica. Otago, South Island, New Zealand. After unsuccessfully trying to scale the cliff to get a higher view than from the main pathway to the lighthouse, I thought better of it […]
NEW RELEASE | This small, perfectly still kettle lake reflects the wide glacial valley at Franz Josef Glacier, in Westland NZ, on the South Island. On a crisp, cold morning, I woke early to walk up through the valley and see if there were any interesting atmospheric conditions over the Franz Josef Glacier. I […]
NEW RELEASE | A lone palm sways gently in the warm ocean breeze on a breakwater off the island of Bolifushi, South Male Atoll. I can’t say there were too many hardships during my stay at Jumeirah. When our gracious hosts greeted us with a bottle of Moet & Chandon and a complimentary […]
NEW RELEASE | The iridescent blue of a frozen waterfall, suspended in the haunting Maligne Canyon in the cold depth of winter in Jasper National Park. During the warmer months, the canyon comes alive with water of the liquid variety, flowing down into the Athabasca River and helping to sustain the huge amount of wildlife that […]