Art Touring in Reno, Nevada
On this blog post, I would like to introduce you to Reno Open Studios and give everyone a personal invitation to join us September 7~9th.
Reno Open Studios is a group of Northwestern Nevada’s finest visual artists who open their studios during the second weekend in September to the public. During the art touring event, the individual artists will demonstrate their work and techniques, plus this is a great opportunity to purchase the art directly from the artist.
Since my art medium is nature photography, I would like to take you on a short tour of my studio. Along with spending time on the computer processing RAW digital images in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, I also enjoy countless hours in the open studio of nature.
Being a professional nature photographer with a background in athletics, I get many requests to photograph outdoor events.
Event photography is exciting and very challenging because it puts me in the moment and I only get that one click of the shutter to get it right.
Sometimes my photography gets me in to interesting places like the Temecula Tractor Races with Stephanie Prescott, co-producer for NBC's Tournament of Roses Parade telecast.
Most of the time, my photography is spent on scenes of nature that I just happen to come upon, like with this group of Desert Bighorn Sheep waiting it out in a snow storm. By the way, this framed 11"x14" photograph is my donation to the Reno Open Studio's art scholarship fund. Donation tickets will be available at my studio location.
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With my Nikon and tripod, my goal is to recreate the scene as it appears in nature, to preserve in a photographic image the awesome, yet simplistic beauty of the scene that waits around a bend or over a hill. Sometimes it's a colorful landscape, and many times I'm allowed in the presence of the numerous creatures that adapt to life in the wild.
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