• Skyline Arch - Arches National Park - By Kevin Raber
    Phase One IQ180 1/4 sec at f/22 with 28mm lens ISO 100
  • La Sal Mountains - Arches National Park - By Kevin Raber
    Phase One IQ 180 150mm lens at 1/10th sec at f/16 ISO 50
  • Greens – Columbia River Gorge. April, 2015 - By Michael Reichmann
    Pentax 645z with 45-85mm @ ISO 100
  • Self – Havana, Cuba. March, 2015 - By Michael Reichmann
    Fuji XT-1 with 16-55mm f/2.8 @ ISO 1600
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Les Sentinelles Eternelles
One of my most recent images as of the writing of this essay. 
The creation of this image follows the approach outlined in this essay

My Philosophy

My Philosophy 1 – Introduction This essay is the first in a series of essays focused on my work.  I thought it best to start the series with a description of my philosophy in regards to art and photography.  The following essays will focus on explaining specific aspects of my work, namely how I approach [Read More]

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Travelling Standing Still

Looking But Not Seeing

If you’re reading this, it is highly likely that your photographic journey of a thousand miles has already begun. We are all self-taught to some extent, sponging up information from books, tapping into the huge repository of knowledge on LuLa, checking out the work of other artists we admire and gaining experience through good old-fashioned [Read More]

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Synesthetic Landscapes

“Color is the key. The eye is the hammer. The soul is the piano with its many chords. The artist is the hand that, by touching this or that key, sets the soul vibrating automatically.” – Wassily Kandinsky (1866 – 1944) Synesthesia derives from the Greek syn, meaning “union” plus aisthaesis, meaning “sensation,” and thus [Read More]

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Five Days in Havana

Testing The New Sony / Zeiss 35mm f/1.4 and Fuji XF 16-55mm f/2.8 On The Streets of Havana Fuji X-T1 with XF 16-55mm @ ISO 500 A Note to Readers The images on this page are processed to my taste. These … [Read More...]