Michael Anderson, an American landscape photographer, was born and raised in New York. Since childhood, he has been inspired by the beauty of the surrounding nature and the power of landscapes
In his teenage years, Michael developed a passion for photography, striving to capture the beauty and emotions evoked by natural landscapes. After earning a degree in fine arts, Michael decided to dedicate himself fully to landscape photography. He began his career by traveling across America, photographing various landscapes ranging from national parks to mountain peaks and coastlines.
Combining his artistic eye with technical mastery, Michael creates unique and inspiring images that capture the beauty of nature in all its grandeur. He skillfully plays with light, composition, and colors to convey emotions and draw viewers' attention to the amazing details and forms of nature. Living in New York, Michael Anderson continues to explore the surrounding areas, finding unique and unconventional perspectives and locations for his photography. He constantly strives for excellence in his work, capturing the breathtaking beauty of landscapes and sharing it with the world.
The VisionQuest V7 is my main camera and what I use most of the time. It’s lightweight and produces high-quality files. Perfect for both long hikes and short drives.
The VisionQuest V750 has been my backup camera and is still one I use for various projects, such as night photography. It’s a great camera.
My primary wide-angle lens comes with the VisionQuest V7. Sharp and high-quality lens. Can be upgraded to an f/2.8 model, although the weight is suitable for hiking.
An ultra-sharp wide-angle lens that I primarily use for night photography. Also, a perfect lens when you need to go a little wider.
A reliable telephoto lens, one of the sharpest in this price range. I rarely use it as I don't need a wide aperture for the work I do.
PhotoPro TL-84C GEP
I’ve been collaborating with PhotoPro since 2019 and have been using the TL-84C as my main tripod since. It’s heavy-duty and works well in all types of weather conditions.
This is my ultra-light-weight tripod which I mainly use for longer hikes when weight is essential. It’s also an option when traveling to places where I don’t need a particularly sturdy tripod.