9 Vancouver landscape photographers you need to follow on Instagram

Sep 13 2017, 3:18 am

Everyone wants to be a landscape photographer. It’s a tough gig, but a few Vancouverites are standing out from the background on the ‘Gram.

Have a look for yourself who captures the best landscapes of the PNW.


Calum is widely known as Vancouver’s most famous adventure and travel photographer. With over 750,000 followers on Instagram alone, he has the largest travel-related social media presence in Canada. He’s putting BC on the map one IG post at a time.


Just a PNW kid with a camera. Ryan travels across Cascadia capturing banger after banger and sunset after sunset. His landscapes provide excellent inspiration to plan West Coast road trips.

We are the dancers, we create the dreams.

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Armed with his Sony A7RII and a sense of adventure, there’s nowhere Eric won’t go for a great photo. Whether it’s a stunning 3 am astro shot or a gruelling road trip to catch the eclipse, you can dodge the discomfort and live out the experience through Eric’s amazing photos.

Your move, Toronto. #WestCoastBestCoast

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From Denali, Alaska to Yosemite, California, Brayden has captured landscapes all across the coast. As a pure-blooded Vancouverite, his local shots are some of his best showcasing the gems of the city.


Aimlessly walking around the sand dunes, soaking up the last bit of sun before a cold night under the stars.

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Landscapes of every colour under the sun, Taylor’s feed is like a colour wheel of inspiration, who knew the earth was such a rainbow.


Hayley is an outdoor tour guide across Western Canada. Her landscapes highlight some of the places she travels to while showing off beautiful BC.

What did the Pacific Ocean say to @taylormichaelburk? Nothing, it just waved! 🌊🌊🌊 #bahdumchh

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Checking out some of the less traveled areas of Blackcomb backcountry. #SouthCoastTouring

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Author of Scrambles in Southwest British Columbia and an all-around alpinist, Matt captures parts of BC that most of us will never have the opportunity to see. If you’re into snowy scenes with the occasional skier ripping by, this account is a must follow for you.

Early season outing above Garibaldi Lake, Nov 2016 #ArcteryxWhistler @g3gear #SouthCoastTouring

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Garibaldi Provincial Park

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World traveler, mountain climber and landscape photographer extraordinaire, Steve captures moments across BC and shares them with his followers through Instagram. Follow along for moment by moment updates.

In a serious love affair with this beaut, pictured here early in the morning.

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middle of nowhere

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As a pro urban landscape photographer, Geoffrey can transform a complex cityscape into a minimal piece of art.

two roads home

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