Landscape

Love to get out in nature and capture some of the beauty you see around you? Landscape can be anything from the bucolic countryside to the tight corridors of city streets. In fact at the LCC we have divided it into two separate categories, Natural and Urban.

Natural Landscape

Natural Landscape is a medium to wide field of view image—as opposed to a detail or close-up—of the outdoor environment incorporating elements such as mountains, canyons, lakes, snow, rivers, forests, fields, the sea, and natural geological formations.

Urban Landscape

Urban Landscape is a medium to wide field of view image of our man-made environment and the collections of structures in which so much of the human race lives and works. It seeks to capture the larger patterns of the urban environment which surround us.

Group Chairs

  • Gerald Vincent
  • Bryan Fritz

landscape@lccphoto.org

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