And I'll have to respectfully disagree with yourself.. The range of Joe Cornish's work covers a large range of visual styles although there is a lot of use of S shapes an near/far compositions. The light is typically of the 'transcendent' sort but rarely 'obvious' in a Galen Rowell fashion.
Originally Posted by mhv
Jack Dykinga has a more common use of extreme wide angles (Joe rarely uses lenses wider than 90mm) and extreme close foregrounds. Compositions are typically less flowing and rely on plants/flowers to provide texture. Strong, late desert light seems popular and he uses long lenses oftern (something Joe definitely doesn't).
Ken Duncan I don't know as well but the compsotions are classically panoramic which precludes many of the techniques used by Joe (whose use of vertical space in leading the eye is paramount).
I'd be happy to be enlightened by having the similarities pointed out. Obviously there are some similarities - a desire to represent the beauty of nature, use of Velvia/Provia in rare light.
Here are a few images that are typical of each artist that I personally don't think have much resemblance to each other..
1) Joe Cornish - http://www.joecornish.com/global/ima...0420182429.jpg
2) Jack Dykinga - http://home.worldcom.ch/mschneid/p-ouest-americain3.jpg
3) Ken Duncan - http://www.kenduncan.com/images/depI...4.gif&i=NTX406