Joel produces richly detailed silver gelatin photographs from large format film negatives, hand printed & selectively toned using a fine brush.
Michael’s photos are reactions to what he has seen in nature.
Caroline’s focus is photography of wild horses. She took these photos in Idaho where she felt drawn to the horses “ballet-like interplay”
Taken by Nikon D5, printed on Epson 9800Pro. Finished with traditional frames, or on Plexi in large size.
I take photos at night with a flash and invert them to the negative so dark and light are reversed.
Martha’s images reflect her avid interest in nature and being outdoors. Strong composition, balance, texture, light and shadow are key elements of Martha's work developed over her 25 years as a professional photographer.
Large scale archival photographic prints.
Loren’s photographic style is to simplify, she works hard to isolate the elements that intrigue her and bring out the beauty in a way that is very clean visually but yet can be complex emotionally.
Jeff’s images are captured in a variety of locations including America's National Parks, Iceland, Aruba, Arizona, Upstate New York, Long Island and New England. he handle the complete workflow of each image, from capture, through editing and digital development, to producing the final print.
Capturing the natural beauty of our world through various techniques to create ethereal images and bring the 'usual' from an ‘unusual’ viewpoint. Pieces are printed on large format aluminum to intensify colors, details and edge to edge viewing.
Large format film captured, hand printed and toned gelatin silver prints. Processed to the highest archival standards. Digital captured color images. Archival pigment prints on Hahnemuehle watercolor papers. Subject matter is impressionistic landscape and man made objects such as boat hulls.
Through his photography Mark tries to work with the concept of Peaceful Places and in that space he tries to create images in various portfolios that capture this idea. His thought process in visualizing an image is that "less is more" and he tries through the shapes, colors, textures and light to express his ideas in this way. Most currently mark has been working on some portfolios entitled, Abandoned, Harbor Moods, River Reflections and Color and Structure.
Ron likes to make BIG images with jaw dropping detail. He shoots mostly wide angle, and or close to my subject.
Technical expertise is a big part of what he does, so Hasselblad with Digital back Leaf/Mamiya Credo 40 is a mainstay and his quick hand camera is the Sony A7R2
New work consists fo Glacier ice caves, and unique ice formations shot in Iceland in the winter of 2018. I will also show some work shot last Sept., in Hawaii, which caries the theme forward of water, in a different realm...
The work is printed by the photographer on archival paper in large format and framed in gallery style frame sunder glass.
Offering fine art landscape photography from around the United States and the world. Printed on archival paper, and offering the finest in contemporary aluminum photographic prints.
David’s images are derived from his fascination with aerial work. When looked at, his work tends to drive a unique feeling in the viewer, something they are familiar with yet something that makes them say...whoa.
Christos is drawn to and intrigued by cultural diversity, socioeconomic themes, history and architecture. As strong visual and symbolic sparks, these facets ultimately inform his creative process and evolution. His work probes ideas of identity, connection and isolation within a variety of environments. Inherent in his photographs one may find a confrontation between traditional and modern facets of life.
Low altitude aerial photography taken using only a simple traditional kite to lift the camera.
Photography, for David, is a representation of an experience not a record of it. The camera lens provides a window of selective vision that captures light and time as seen through the subjective interpretation of the photographer. Through the use of various exposure techniques, soft lighting and minimal compositions his work presents images of the coast that transform time and evoke the serenity and boundless expanse of the sea.
David is an ocean water photographer based out of Rhode Island. His work emphasizes the unique characteristics of wave energy combined with the effects that light has on the subject matter of water. His imagery focuses on those two elements of water and light coming together to create dramatic photography that will captivate the viewer and provide an emotional response. The photos are captured while swimming in the sea with a DSLR camera inside of a protective water housing that allows for full creative control of his photography equipment allowing him to manually adjust his settings and use a variety of lenses and also a flash.
chemically altered b&W photographs from large format traditional negatives
As a surf photographer, Jonathan swims in the ocean to capture light and the texture of the waves. He uses an SPL Camera Housing to protect his Canon 1D Mark IV and multiple lenses depending on the conditions. All of my photos are then printed on aluminum.
Decades of film images are now scanned using a Hasseblad Imacon Flextight scanner. From a high resolution optical scan Ronald creates a master file using image editing software such as photoshop to make color corrections and tonal adjustments, similiar to what hedid in the darkroom through dodging and burning. Today his images are captured
digitally using a Canon IDs Mark III and printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper.
The photographs are vacuum mounted on acid free board and double matted with white museum quality rag board.
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