Over the years I have photographed many subjects using different photography styles and techniques but, I have discovered the grandeur and beauty of black and white landscape photography.
For me, black and white photography has a classic quality, as I recalled the works of photographers like Ansel Adams, a master of landscape photography. The light, textures, shapes and forms seen without the distraction of color often evoked an emotional response, or a particular mood.
My process is to use only my very best work for reproduction on fine art paper. By being so critical, I can understand what Ansel Adams referred to when he said:
“Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop.”