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European-images.com Fine art photographs of Europe landscape photos fine art gallery

European-images.com Fine art photographs of Europe landscape photos fine art gallery

Paul James Photography website you will find many peaceful rich images fine art gallery fine art photos landscape photos Europe... My goal as a photographer is to search out the images that interest me artistically, and upon finding the essence of a particular place, using composition and light to enhance the images. The Old World and New World have much to offer me as a photographer. From a sunrise in Tuscany, Italy, to a sunset on Mackinac Island, Michigan, there is much beauty in the world. AwardsWayne County Artist of Distinction, Photography, Wayne County Council for Arts, Detroit, MI.First Place, Photography, St. Clair Art Fair, St. Clair, MI - First Place, Photography, Art Birmingham, Birmingham, MI - Second Place, Fine Arts, Lexington Fine Arts Fair, Lexington, MI - Third Place, Photography, Crosby Festival of the Arts, Toledo, Ohio - Honorable Mention, Fine Art at Meadow Brook, Rochester, MI

Large Format Nature Photography by Landscape Photographer Ron Leonetti -- Golden Valley, MN

Large Format Nature Photography by Landscape Photographer Ron Leonetti -- Golden Valley, MN

Explore our large format nature photography portfolio of the natural landscape. Our galleries showcase our posters and prints which are available for purchase. Ron's images are represented thru many commercial channels. His work can be frequently found in various publications of The Nature Conservancy as well as text books, calendars, periodicals, posters and corporate marketing materials. His critically acclaimed photography is widely exhibited and extensively represented in many private and corporate art collections worldwide. Ron's work was displayed as part of a 2 ½ year touring exhibit that was co-sponsored by the Indiana Chapter of The Nature Conservancy and the Indianapolis Museum of Art called Preserving Place-Reflections of Indiana. Several of his images have been selected for permanent display in the Indiana Governor's Mansion. Ron is co-author of Unexpected Indiana: A Portfolio of Natural Landscapes and co-photographed The Nature Conservancy's Guide to Indiana Preserves. Ron has recently completed work on two exciting projects on his home state of Michigan.

Todd and Brad Reed Photo - Michigan

Todd and Brad Reed Photo - Michigan

Todd Reed has been using his camera to capture the beauty of Northern Michigan in all her seasons and many moods for more than 30 years. The serenity of wild flowers gently swaying in coastal fields to the majesty of Mother Nature s wrath as she churns the waters of Lake Michigan in winter storms are recorded in stunning clarity in Todd s work. Photography to Todd is a matter of seeing, feeling, and capturing the essence of his vision on film. A photographic purist, Todd works without the benefit of special filters, double exposures, artificial lighting, or computer manipulation. The colors that explode from his pictures are real--moments of exquisite and timeless beauty captured forever on film. Todd first honed his craft by working as an award-winning photographer and journalist for the Ludington Daily News. Today he pursues his fine art photography business in partnership with his wife Debbie and his middle son Brad. Todd is also a Chief Boatswain s Mate in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve and an instructor of photography at West Shore Community College. --- Brad Reed: My journey as a photographer started as a young boy growing up in Ludington. My father, Todd Reed, was the photographer for the Ludington Daily Newspaper. Fortunately for me, my dad encouraged me to follow him around town and the countryside while he took pictures. I always jumped at the chance, even if I had to carry the camera bag or the tripod. Little did I know that even without a camera of my own, I was...