Virginia City, MT based artist Miles Glynn has released a photo series called Animals, which includes this collection of images of American landscapes. Unlike most other photographers, his photos appear to be quite grainy and muted, resulting in a product that could easily be mistaken for a painting.
“A lot of the photography I see is focused […] on being super sharp with extreme detail and high saturation. I prefer to go the other direction and instead I add a lot of grain, grit, and texture which can decrease the sharpness and my color pallets are often more muted. In the end, I’m seeking to get away from merely recording what I saw and instead presenting my interpretation of what I saw.”
Scroll down to see some image from the Animals series.