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See How These Photographers Transform Frozen Landscapes Into Scroll-Stopping Photos

Not only do we have an appreciation for the beautiful wintry nature images we see rolling through our Instagram feeds, we also have a major appreciation for the Sony Alpha photographers who brave the cold to get out there and capture them! That's why this week we’re featuring a group of Sony photographers braving the cold to get there and capture frozen and frosty scenes that you get to see from the comfort of your couch. Have a look and give their accounts a follow for more. Tag your own Sony shots with #BeAlpha for the chance to be featured on AlphaUniverse.com, and follow @sonyalpha for your daily dose of creative inspiration. 

Palm trees and beaches are great, but today we're featuring a group of photographers who brave the cold to capture frosty landscape images with camera and lens.

Cath Simard – @cathsimard

Cath is a landscape/astroscape photographer and a member of the Sony Alpha Imaging Collective. Based in Alberta, Canada, she explores and captures the colorful beauty of the Canadian Rockies in her backyard. If you love vibrant and magical landscapes and astro-photography, you just have to give her account a follow. You can’t get much more of a magical frozen landscape shot than inside this ice cave she visited below. She took this 3-shot vertical panorama using her Sony α7R III and Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 G Master.

Wyatt Peterson – @wyattpetersonstudios

Wyatt is an adventure and landscape photographer based in Northern Utah. His goal as a photographer is to capture the wilderness in a way that captivates and inspires others to get outside to find their adventures, and we’d have to say that his photography does just that! He visits some incredible places and does a great job of portraying their beauty and vastness through his images. Read about how he photographed the world’s largest cave HERE and check out this vertical stack of four images he took using his Sony Alpha camera to show the height and perspective of a massive ice wall. Give him a follow for more larger-than-life adventures! 

John Steitz – @wilderness_john

John is a Minnesota-based backpacker and landscape photographer. He visits public lands all over, photographing the astonishing views to help advocate for their protection. We love his post captions with inspiring quotes and interesting facts about the places he visits. If you’re a lover of America’s wildlands, make sure you give his account a follow. He captured this frozen frame using his Sony α7R II.

José Ramos – @joseramosphotography

José is a landscape photographer based in Portugal. Through his photography he aims to raise awareness of the need to protect the environment by showing its beauty. On his account you’ll see stunning and colorful photos of the most naturally beautiful places in the world. He took this photo below in the Italian Dolomites showing the famous Braies Lake using his Sony α7R II. Follow his account for more scroll-stopping landscapes in your Instagram feed.

Chris Kim – @chris.tj.kim

Chris is a landscape photographer and Sony Alpha shooter based in Portland, Oregon. The gorgeous and otherworldly natural scenes captured and posted to his Instagram account almost seem like they’re from a different planet. Through long exposure waterfalls, astrophotography and interesting angles, he brings us a new perspective of landscape photography. He took this shot of Trillium Lake in Mt. Hood National Forest with his Sony α7R II.


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