China is a beautiful and mysterious continent with breathtaking views and deep-rooted traditions. This is exactly what photographer Weerapong Chaipuck tries to capture in his photos. If you look at his work, You can see everyday moments recorded at different times of the day.
He specialises in travel and landscape photography, through which he captures the most beautiful places in our world.
“To create a project, you must do homework about the place; which season and period of time are optimal for taking photographs, what is the vantage point, which lens should be used, and what your post production process is going to look like,” – says Chaipuck.
And that homework has paid off with well-executed and stunningly atmospheric shots.
Although he uses Photoshop and other production techniques to create his photos, he says that the atmospheric qualities of his shots are thanks to knowing the right time of day to shoot. “When shooting landscapes, it is 100% natural, and pinpointing the exact time of day to shoot, whether that be 30 minutes before the sun begins to rise or 30 minutes before sunset, is a constant challenge. But that’s also what makes it all worth it,” he says.