Landscape or wildlife photography has always made liberation from the struggles of daily life easier. Daniel Kordan just went to a salt flat and tried to capture Milky Way which turned out to look like pictures from a different planet.
Being a photographer, you know the world is not a place just to travel. It is a backdrop you need in your pictures, it is your canvas to paint on. A photographer can’t just create magic out of something that’s ordinary but he might make the pictures come alive with the power of the camera. The world is full of mountains and picturesque lakes, so the canvas is limitless, all you need is the keen eye.
Similar powers reside in the eyes of Daniel Kordan. What he does with his pictures is beyond excellence and no words can justify his art of seizing a beautiful moment. The canvas he used was the Salar de Uyuni salt flat. Located in Bolivia, this salt flat is mesmerizing and the beauty of its own is heavenly. However, the pictures taken here have escalated the beauty of the flat. When you see the picture, you might have a hard time believing that it is the same place.
The Russian photographer traveled to flat to capture photos depicting the Milky Way being reflected by the flat, the pictures are out of the world, in a legit manner. He turned his camera to heaven and he created one on earth with his pictures.
The pictures look as if the pictures have been taken from a different planet.Salt flats are similar to translucent panes of glass that stretch all over the ground. They are usually found in deserts, caused by naturally and quickly evaporating water.
The picture here is the depiction of Milky Way and we are now sure that the Salar de Uyuni salt flat is the perfect location to capture it. Daniel used a Nikon D810A astrophotography DSLR and a 14-24mm f/2.8 Nikon lens for capturing this gorgeous view. It is definitely hard to believe that the colors are natural but this palette is 100% natural made. We can say the picture itself is heavenly.