These dark, foreboding images perfectly capture a moody Skye

Celebrated UK photographer and illustrator Chris Clor’s recent landscapes series around the Isle of Skye superbly express a dark and gloomy, almost foreboding mood of impending doom or disaster.

Working with a team of producers, stylists, and assistants, his imaginative, evocative style blends analogue and digital techniques to produce strikingly cinematic imagery with an exemplary flair for storytelling.

Having won numerous awards and with a client list reading like a veritable Who’s Who of the worlds largest companies, Chris is a leading talent in photo illustration, working within the genre of conceptual, portrait, landscape and CGI rendering.

With a strong sense of composition, lighting and colour, his work results in high impact imagery for his clients, and his work has often appeared in the photographic press.

He is a sought-after speaker at various Schools, Universities and Photographic associations around the world, and his recognizable style has seen him work for the likes of Shell Oil, Gillette, Schick, Ford Motor, Pfizer, to name but a few.

You can see more of his work on his Website, Behance, and Facebook

 

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