French photographer Adrien Le Falher attributes the inspiration for his unique landscape photographic style more to traditional art than to photography itself. An avid traveller, Le Falher is a master light manipulator who seems to harness nature’s lightbulbs at will, in order to capture even iconic landscapes under a unique and fresh light.
Armed with virtuous patience, Le Falher has had to wait months, even years in some cases, for the perfect shot (he is currently in a 10-year battle with the elements, trying to immortalise one of his visions).
As a videographer and photographer, he worked for global brands, such as Club Med, Audemars Piguet, Air France, and many others.
Some of his fine art works are also sold in multiple art galleries in Paris, as well as in book shops. He just released his first book, "24 heures à l'Ouest de Denver", about the American West.
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