Q4 2019 – Landscapes inspired by Ansel Adams – and the winner(s) is…

PICZ gave you the opportunity to (re)discover the work and style of the famous American photographer Ansel Adams (1902-1984).

He is best known for his black and white images of the American West and his iconic shoots of Yosemite’s. This quarter we proposed you to get the inspiration from Adams work and to explore his technic to shoot your own iconic landscape photographies.

While we asked you to find the inspiration from him, we did not want you to feel oblige to copy his work. Once again we wanted you to be creative and to have fun.


The Jury Prize: Maciej K.

Title: Vestrahorn

Legend: Vestrahorn (Iceland) after a storm. This lighter shapes on the famous black beach are simply areas with dry sand, not hit by water drops from the ocean.

The Public Prize: Edoardo

Title:  Relative sizes

Legend: Dolomites. Cycling through 3 orders of magnitude: human, nature and sky.