Country Lake 2

This image was shot a few years ago (in New Hampshire near Peterborough) but I’ve only just processed it. The image should be in the impressionistic Visions of Nature series but is not currently included in the collection. I had not thought it would be a black and white image when shot or when initially viewed. Trying to get the sky color the way I wanted it, I continually – and unsatisfactorily  – played with color editing until on a whim I tried it in monochrome. After working it some more, I find I quite like the monochrome. Selenium toning. (Best viewed full-size; click to enlarge.)

Trees in Field

A new image I am particularly happy with…

Visions of Nature Book

I have a number of copies of my book, Visions of Nature, available for sale at $50. This is less than half the original publication price. (But you have to order directly from me, not from Blurb or Amazon.) Visions of Nature is a great coffee-table art book; it makes a wonderful gift, for yourself or others!

Visions of Nature is a wondrous collection of more than fifty digitally processed abstract expressionist and impressionist photographs revealing nature in stunning colors and provocative visions. There are landscapes, florals and botanicals, closeup images, and more.

72 pages, with an Introduction. 13×11 inches, large landscape format, hard-bound with dust jacket, printed on high quality fine art paper.

Go ☞ here for a preview. But don’t order from Blurb; you must order directly from me. (Sorry; continental US only.) Quantity is limited.

(If you don’t want the big book, there is a PDF version available, as well as an e-book version. And these you can order from Blurb, ☞ here.)

Country Lake

This image was shot a few years ago (in New Hampshire near Peterborough) but I’ve only just processed it. The image should be in the impressionistic Visions of Nature series but is not currently included in the collection. I had not thought it would be a black and white image when shot or when initially viewed. Trying to get the sky color the way I wanted it, I continually – and unsatisfactorily  – played with color editing until on a whim I tried it in monochrome. After working it some more, I find I quite like the monochrome. Selenium toning. (Best viewed full-size; click to enlarge.)

You cannot copy content of this page

error: Alert: Content is protected !!
%d bloggers like this: