Starting Smart : An Evolution in Photography

The smartphone has become a dominant means of photographic interpretation and exploration.  Rarely do we expect people to be separated from their phones, and by proxy, a camera.  But more than a mere record keeper or selfie factory, the smartphone camera is a natural “next step” in photography as our culture has become more mobile and social – with as much creative potential as its large format or SLR predecessors.

Opening at The Ansel Adams Gallery on August 8th, “Starting Smart: An Evolution in Photography” will feature photographs that started in a phone and became fine art images finished as gold leaf, platinum, cyanotype and pigment prints.

Tunnel View, Yosemite, 2017


Van Road Pines, MI


Spring Thaw


Oak Leaves, Yosemite Valley


Lark's Lake


El Capitan and Clouds


Tree and Pond in Fall, Hudson River Valley


Dock and Trees Behind Inn, Catskills, NY


Hay Bales at Edge of Woods


Distant Bridge Near Catskill, NY


Receding Trees, Tuscany


Trees Above Golden Field, Tuscany


Island on Wetlands, New York


View from Twilight Park, Catskills


Tree in April Snow, Catskills


Venice from Accademia Bridge


Tappan Zee Bridge II


Two Trees at Foot of Catskills, Palenville NY



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