Many times photos of sea landscapes can be quite similar, but Australian photographer Lisa Michele Burns’ beautiful images will totally change your mind. Burns has taken these photos as part of a new project of hers called “The World from the Water” and we wanted to share them with you today.
The photos are published on her website, The Wandering Lens, a site that lists some of the most exciting places around the world for photography alongside tips on travel photography. We hope you enjoy as much as we do!
According to the article on Huffington Post, Burns says her style is “colorful and warm.” She loves capturing landscapes during the hours of the day when the light is warm and the colors are rich. For her underwater photography, she uses a split-level style, capturing the underwater world and the scenery above the water level in the same image.
Here is what Burns recently told HuffPost Greece: “While I love taking aerial photographs, I actually prefer to see the world through a pair of goggles and my underwater camera. Using the water in my work changes the perspective of each destination and highlights a different view.”
Burns is mainly inspired by the outdoors. She told HuffPost, “I’ve never really been a city or street photographer, I’m much more inspired by beaches, mountains, lakes, the ocean…I recently saw the Northern Lights for the first time in Sweden and that has definitely inspired me to seek out colder destinations for photography alongside my wanderlust for tropical islands!”
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