We invite you to get acquainted with the harsh nature of Alaska and the Arctic through colorful photographs by American landscape photographer David Schultz
Today, David is a successful photographer whose images are published in popular publications around the world such as National Geographic, Travel & Leisure, Islands and many others, but he was once only a 13-year-old teenager who was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes.
Then David had to radically reconsider his views on life and he suddenly caught himself on how much he likes the beauty of untouched nature. Such thoughts gave him an incentive to look for something new and, of course, capture it on film, so it is not surprising that, having received his first 35 mm camera, David soon found himself in photography, and after a while even began to teach this amazing art.
At the age of 22, Schulz decided to take the path of a fashion photographer and did this for 7 years, after which, in 1987, he closed his studio and moved to the quiet alpine town of Heber, where he still lives.
In 1990, David began releasing limited editions of his most successful work, and in the fall of 1998, he opened his own photo gallery, West Light Images, in Park City, Utah.
For interesting shots by another landscape photographer, see Czech Switzerland by Martin Rak