Weerapon Chaipuck Captures His Homeland in a Cinematic Light

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 21, 2014 • References: 500px & neatorama
The work of Weerapon Chaipuck, a photographer hailing from China, is utterly breathtaking. He captures his homeland in a way that should be seen on the big screen. That, or in an art gallery. Full of cinematic scenes shot on an epic scale, Weerapon Chaipuck pours his love for his country into his work, which will entice anyone to pick up and explore China in a heartbeat.

Although Weerapon Chaipuck focuses mostly on the landscape, he does capture people from time to time for more context. He writes, "When shooting landscapes, it is 100% natural, and pinpointing the exact time of day to shoot, whether that be 30 minutes before the sun begins to rise or 30 minutes before sunset, is a constant challenge." Stats for Epic Asian Landscape Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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