Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

Mike Shaw is a Cheshire UK based photographer, self taught and specializing in landscape and street portraits using the chiaroscuro style at times – but likes to move about genres to test his abilities.

He has gone on to develop photographic techniques by crossing over editing software that has given him a style that is uniquely his.

Looking to broaden his horizons and travel more around the globe to try and capture images of his own that reflect his outlook and to show the rest of the world what he sees.

You can connect with Mike via Facebook and Google+ for some fantastic photography from an established pro – and also read some of his incredible photography revelations and tips.
 

Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

 

Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

 

Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

 

Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

 

Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

 

Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

 

Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

 

Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

 

Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

 

Ethereal Landscapes by Mike Shaw

 

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  1. Marco

    Wow! Amazing photos!

  2. Philippe

    Hi Mike.. just perfect every image so far.. I`ll mark the second pictures as my favorit.. “The land of mine” !!! WWWWOOOOWWWW..

  3. Gabri Rigotti

    Mike is not just a self taught photographer but also a natural poet and an excellent writer/observer.

    Whatever he does, be it with images or words, he does with empathy and compassion … quite remarkable!

  4. alishokri

    Very Nice Collection, thanks

  5. aiman tahir

    awesome pics yar . u r a great photographer .

  6. Pradeep

    First found Mike on G+ and love his portraits best.

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