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Peter Lik (born 1959) is an internationally acclaimed Australian fine art photographer known for his stunning landscape images. Lik's journey into photography began in the 1980s when he moved to the United States and embarked on a road trip across the country. Captivated by the diverse landscapes he encountered, Lik began capturing the beauty of nature through his lens. His distinct style often involves dramatic compositions, vivid colors, and a keen focus on light and shadow. Lik's dedication to pushing the boundaries of traditional landscape photography has earned him recognition and a wide audience, with some of his photographs becoming iconic in the realm of contemporary fine art photography. Lik's impact on contemporary landscape photography remains undeniable.


Peter Lik's works have been showcased in numerous galleries, and his popularity has led to collaborations with major institutions. His acclaimed photograph "Phantom," featuring a ghostly tree in Antelope Canyon, is among his notable works. Lik's success is also evident in his fine art photography galleries located in prominent cities such as Las Vegas, New York, and Maui.

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