Morning fog with the sun streaming through the redwood trees on Damnation Creek Trail in Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park. This beautiful trail climbs briefly before descending steeply to the beach. I was drawn to spend time in the redwood forest and dense ferns.
This is a fine art picture available on metal that comes ready to hang or archive photo paper. It is available in the following sizes-
24"x36"; 30"x45"; and 40"x60". Please contact me for pricing.
Length/Depth: 36 in
Width: 1 in
Height: 24 in
Delivery restrictions may apply: Free shipping for images 24x36 and 30x45.
40x60 pictures require crating and shipping will be charged accordingly.
Since he was a young man, John has had a camera in his hands. Early in his life he spent some years traveling in Asia and trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal and India. The huge dimensions of the landscapes and vibrant peoples he met captured his imagination and fueled his love of photography.
After completing two photo assignments for National Geographic Magazine in Asia, John shifted his landscape viewpoint to the golf industry and became known for his unique eye. Growing up in a golf-loving family he “saw” the course from a golfers perspective. Partnering with his sister, they won acclaim and renown for their golf beauty shots and working for the top golf architects, and resort developers. Among their clients were Steve Wynn, Tom Fazio and the MGM Grand. Book publishers and golf magazines frequently feature their images to illustrate their publications.
John has always been inspired by the work of Ansel Adams, and his unique technique of shooting with large format cameras in the field to ensure sharp focus and depth of field throughout the photograph. Throughout his career John has shot with a large format 4x5 View Camera and Fuji 617 Panoramic Camera often carrying them up a mountain or onto a golf course. He became known for his crisp photographs with rich vibrant colors and detailed shadows, which lend his large art prints special qualities.
Always meticulous about his photography and known for his attention to detail, John often waits hours, days or even years for the perfect conditions. His preferred time to photograph is “magic light” at sunrise and sunset. He is renowned for his ability to capture and showcase the beauty and subtleties of a golf course and transfers that ability to photographing landscapes. In recent years, returning his camera lens to the beautiful scenic National Parks and Monuments he is constantly seeking those special shots of the