By Darlene Hildebrandt


Wind is an interesting subject to try and photograph because you can’t see it. So how do you capture a photo of air or a feeling like wind?

Let’s see how these 24 photographers did it:

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John Morgan

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George Agathos

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Lars Schmidt

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Peter Nijenhuis

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Ben Raynal

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Andy Cull

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