I'd like to change my lock screen to a set of photos that I'm unable to locate. Wondered if the Urbanz hivemind might help... I first came across this photographer (Male, USA) before I moved out of London, so I'd guess 15-20 years ago. I came across it on the web, but I very much got the impression he was professional - and not just taking amusing portraits of people's dogs out of a Snappy Snaps. His work was characterised by well executed hyper-saturation - often (IIRC) of natural landscapes. I think there was also stuff of *subjects*, but I don't remember anything in close-up. His use of saturation was a relatively novel technique at the time, which is why I found it so striking. I even sought out ways to manually recreate the effect by convoluted use of the sliders in my (now ancient) copy of Photoshop Elements. Unfortunately in the intervening period, as photo editing software has become much more user-friendly, such things have gained increasing popularity, and simultaneously been the subject of much eye-rolling despair amongst professional photographers. Consequently my searches have given me nothing more than crap over-saturation, or blog posts bemoaning them. Can anyone on here suggest who it might be? It's not Justinas Vilutis or David LaChapelle.