Photographer Reminds Us That the World is Still One of the Most Beautiful Things to Behold
Matt Anderson wears many hats. He is an exceptional commercial photographer, trainer, workflow specialist, and consultant based in the Midwest. Anderson takes pride in being a one-stop-shop, as he provides services from “capture to distribution, print to web, and everything in-between,” which he refers to as his area of expertise. One must see his landscape photos which are beautiful and diverse.
From yellow grazing fields, serene night skies, to beautiful sloping deserts, his pictures are as varied as the landscape of earth itself. They are also a testament to how stunning our planet is. Anderson’s compositions are flawlessly balanced with colors, are vibrant, sharp and alive. Every image is a virtual invitation for one to enjoy the great outdoors.
Andersons is deeply passionate about everything that has to do with photography and the arts, as he elaborates in his website,
“Photography, for me, is a mixed bag of juxtaposing ideals and intent. My photographic imagery is a study and exploration, more so an experience into creative pursuits that provide unending joy, passion, and healing. Traveling, meeting & listening to people, experiencing new locations and cultures. Enlightenment through adventure, and discernment by re-evaluating possible jejune prejudice of how I thought the “world” “is” or exists.
Experience happens to be the best mentor for me. What do I attempt to communicate with my photography ? I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t partially motivated by impressionable validation. Additionally, while the capture stage is “experiencing & humble learning” based, post processing (development) is incessantly deliberate in intention and temper. Again, the final creation will never have a tangible and regimented recipe; a juxtaposed outcome based on memory, mood, emotion, intention, and predilection.”
See our lovely planet as captured by this talented lensman, who tries to faithfully photograph the world. It still is a place that we cannot possibly celebrate enough.
Anderson’s images can be viewed here.