Trevor Pottelberg Shot the Same Lighthouse During Changing Seasons with These Spectacular Results
Trevor Pottelberg’s “Lighthouse Project” proves that you needn’t travel far from home to create a spectacular photo essay. The Canadian landscape photographer spent an entire year photographing the same lighthouse near his home in Brownsville, Ontario with absolutely beautiful, and different, results.
Pottelberg photographed the lonely lighthouse on the North shore of Lake Erie during all seasons of the year, beneath starlight skies, the warm glow of spring and summer, and amidst the storms of autumn and winter.
After a childhood in Southwestern Ontario, with it’s beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife, Pottelberg developed a passion for the great outdoors that he eventually decided to celebrate with a career in landscape photography.
Pottelberg launched his photography business after receiving a diploma in Advanced Photography from Fanshawe College in 2000. During his studies he won numerous awards for his fantastic work.
After turning pro, Pottelberg spent 15 years shooting weddings and family events. Four years ago he decided it was time for a change, and switched gears to focus on scenic fine art photography, and has since built up a huge following.
You can see more of Pottelberg’s spectacular work on his website and Instagram page. And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram at @ShutterbugPix where we’re sharing our favorite photos from our followers.
- These Are the Jaw-Dropping Winners of the 2016 Monochrome Awards Photography Contest
- Don’t Screw Up: Here’s the Correct Way to Use a Reflector for Better Outdoor Portraits (VIDEO)
- This Happened When Kristina Makeeva Took a Stroll on the Deepest, Cleanest Lake On Earth
- Fujifilm Announces Pricing, Availability & Lenses for GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera
- Here’s the Backstory on Chris Burkard’s Once-in-a-Lifetime Shot of a Surfer in Iceland (VIDEO)