Through different lighting and slightly different angles, Dros uses his creativity to demonstrate how the mood of the forest changes depending on the season. While firey red leaves create a pop of color in autumn, the whitewashed snowy forest is equally as captivating.
Dros keeps track of his favorite spots and frequently returns to see how they’ve transformed. He even notes that during the same season, the same place can look dramatically different thanks to small changes—such as the color of the leaves.
His work is proof that one doesn’t need to venture off to faraway locations in order to shoot memorable photographs. Sometimes all it takes is walking or driving just a few minutes from your own home. The important thing is to keep your eyes and mind open to any inspiration that comes your way.
Landscape photographer Albert Dros returns to a nearby forest during different seasons to capture its evolution.
His series shows how even subtle changes can create a dramatically different feel to the photograph.
When thinking of areas to photograph, Dros likes to focus on scenes with a focal point.
My Modern Met granted permission to feature photos by Albert Dros.