Luc Buskin is a talented Belgian landscape photographer and professional pilot. He currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona. He describes his passion for aerial photography as capturing places of varying scale, color and shape. The beauty of these places is irresistible, and from a height of 10,000 meters they look even more majestic. In this collection you will admire the best photographs of the master in his series of works about North America. Below is a shot of the San Bernardino mountain range in California.
In aerial photography, Buskin’s goal is to filter out the presence of an aircraft and neutralize the effect of shooting from high altitude. It creates the idea of a sky free of cars and an earth that is actually much higher than people. In his series of photographs entitled Airborne: Part One, Luke Buskin presents his collection of black and white aerial photographs of North American landscapes. Let’s start our review of his work with crop circles in Kansas:
Yosemite Valley and Yosemite National Park:
Powder River, Wyoming:
San Francisco, California:
Winter in the Midwest:
Altar Desert, Mexico City:
Sangre de Cristo mountain range, Colorado:
To continue, admire Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s bird’s-eye view of the Earth in a separate collection.