Storms. Giant thunderclouds, ominous skies and that spooky, electrically-charged air before all hell breaks loose. That’s the kind of scene that photographer Mitch Dobrowner can capture in an elegance I’d never seen before. His compositions are gorgeously calming , despite their kinetic foretelling.
Dobrowner’s Google + page is full of photo posts, and each and every one is a stunner. I would love to see his work printed wall-size. And beyond just capturing storms, he has an amazing ability to photograph craggly landscapes and barren nature in an almost dreamlike way. The blacks and whites ooze off the screen.
Many more photos of his work after the jump.
Reblogged this on Moss & Fog and commented:
In honor of Hurricane Sandy, and storms in general, here’s another look at storm photographer extraordinaire, Mitch Dobrowner. Storms can be beautiful, despite their power. Stay safe out there.
Wow! These are some amazing photos.. The storms look wicked!
I know, isn’t is somewhat infuriating? 😉
Ugh…these are so damn good.