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.

north america from above

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:

north america from above

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.

See also
Photographer Tony D'Orio and his photo advertisement