NEW RELEASE | The beautiful main jetty at Gili Lankanfushi, one of the best Maldives Luxury Resorts, reaches over the blue lagoon between sea and sky. The dwellings out in the lagoon are the Robinson Crusoe Villas, and are only accessible by boat. Gili Lankanfushi also boasts the largest over water villa in the world, […]
About David Evans
David Evans is a landscape photographer and a Master of Photography who creates works of high fidelity, depth and substance…on film.
He started photographing in the early 90′s, on the watershed of the golden age of film and the shiny, glittering age of the pixel.
His philosophy of painting with light to create an image has left him with a yearning for the old school, and so he maintains a preference for film in both medium and large format. All of the landscape images in this collection are created on film, unless otherwise stated.
Entries by David Evans
NEW RELEASE | Joshua Tree National Park is rather an alien kind of place, but is underrated as a photographic location. The contrasting forms of the trees against the thousands of granite outcrops makes for so many interesting composition and lighting choices….such unique images of America. The park also seems to attract a diverse range […]
NEW RELEASE | Our gracious host was Island Hideaway Resort on the island of Dhonakulhi, almost as far North as you can venture in the Maldives. It was a beautiful, quiet island and slightly more ‘wild’ than many resort islands, in that the villas are all hidden from view, and from each other, in the […]
This is the first in a series of tropical images from the Maldives. Woe is me. The Maldives is the essence of paradise, and this stunning resort, Gili Lankanfushi, has been voted the best resort in the Maldives several times over (and there are over 100 resorts in the country!). We were greeted warmly and […]
A cool, calm dusk descends over the bay at Kaiteriteri, near Abel Tasman National Park on the north west coast of New Zealand’s South Island. The precise origin of the name ‘Kaiteriteri’ from Maori culture is unknown, but all interpretations appear to centre around food and movement. Perhaps it was the abundance of food in […]
A new release open edition photograph of McLaren Vale will soon be on permanent display at the stunning new Angove Cellar Door in McLaren Vale. The cellar door, on Chalk Hill Road, was recently completed to a very high spec and sits spectacularly within some of Angove’s best vines. Richard Angove, who commisioned the photograph for […]
‘Miette’, Rocky Mountains, Canada has been selected as a finalist in the International Loupe Awards Medium Format Art Prize. The prize is dedicated to photographs created with medium format cameras, using both film and digital captures. It is part of The International Loupe Awards, one of the world’s richest photographic competitions. The top 31 images, including ‘Miette’ […]
Towards the end of 2011, David was fortunate enough to be awarded the South Australian Travel & Documentary Photographer of the Year by the Australian Institute of Professional Photography. His folio of winning images were taken in Hong Kong, Norway, Sweden and Italy (L to R) for Lonely Planet Images. The awards dinner was held in […]