About the Photography
Capturing truly rewarding images can be difficult. Not only does it demand considerable time, but even more patience. Many aspects must come together to make an image worthy of being hung in someone's home or office. Lighting conditions are but one of those aspects. This holds true not only for wildlife...but also for landscapes. It can be reasonably easy to see animals in the wild...but difficult to capture them just when they present themselves in rewarding light, while also being surrounded by aesthetically pleasing scenery. Extreme patience really does make it all happen, along with having the proper equipment. In my case, this has required sacrificing other things in life so that such equipment could be afforded.
I've been referred to as a 'perfectionist' when it comes to my photography. Of course, knowing that nothing in life is 'perfect', I can only state that I set my standards high, and know that each image is a reflection of the amount of care and effort I put in to not only the photography...but also it's presentation to you.
With each image that passes my personal critique I take the time, and the liberty, to work each one toward it's best possible presentation. That is, you will find images that I've given a painterly look, as well as black and whites, sepia tones, and color. They are offered in various finishes including matte and high gloss, as well as on special Giclee (pronounced zhee-CLAY) canvas and watercolor papers. Please read the link which explains these different finishes. Click Here
I can find no easier way to explain my photographic work than to simply say...it is my passion. Step into the American West as I see it from behind the camera. And enjoy the journey.
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