Robert Yeager prints his photos in sequences. Sometimes very long sequences (as is the case with the following photo). Many times there is little variation between the frames, but he seems to be communicating a passage of time rather than a progression of forms.
Josef Hoflehner shoots solely Black and white, high contrast square photos (mostly landscapes). The graphic nature of his work intrigues me and the bold shapes in his photographs are eye catching, even at thumbnail size.
Alex MacLean takes beautiful aerial photographs such as the one below. This is a area of photography that is very interesting to me, but I will probably never have the opportunity to explore much. Perhaps from buildings, but not from helicopters.
One of my all time favorite photographers is Karl Blossfeldt. He approached photography from a scientific botanical angle and took beautiful specimen images of many, many plant species.
Kerik Kouklis’ photographs are incredibly moody night shots that have a very hazy, dreamlike (but without blur) quality to them that I admire. Many of her shots include both natural and architectural elements.
Laura Burkhalter is an architect and photographer who is known for her many photos of desolate desert settings. She often frames he lone subjects in the far edges of the frame, creating a very lonely tone.
Marcus Doyle does fantastic photography using a lot of complimentary colors. Through careful shooting and some post processing he utilizes color to differentiate the planes of his photographs.
Rob Carter takes extremely abstracted Landscape photographs. He uses a combination of focal/motion blur to create painterly images out of landscapes from around the world. I enjoy looking at his images but I wonder how he could create a secondary level of interest beyond the flat, predicable plane of color.
Louise Cook shoots a ton of subjects, mostly in very vibrant colors. There are a few BW seascapes though that I think are some of her strongest works. Unfortunately her images are unlinkable, but here is a link to one of the images I’m referring to!
John A. Ryan is a landscape photographer who has never particularity impressed me, with the exception of this image:
I just love how the posts seem to be consulting with one another, a lot of personality for a nighttime landscape/seascape.