Richard I’Anson’s alluring travel photographs look spontaneous, but they are actually the result of hours—sometimes days—of planning and preparation. Originally from Australia, I’Anson co-founded the famed Lonely Planet Images stock-photography library. Initially working in a camera store and a mini-lab, I’Anson became a freelancer in 1982 and a full-time travel photographer in 1986. Always shooting in color, I’Anson aspires to capture a destination’s essence through exceptional subjects and lighting. I’Anson published a travel photography book, and his images are featured in numerous mediums worldwide.
Digitally Printed on Archival Photographic Paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.