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Empire Mine Pump by Alan Kepler
Empire Mine Office by Alan Kepler
Glacier Point 1 by Alan Kepler
Glacier Point 2 by Alan Kepler
Bus Stop by Alan Kepler
Nose Dive by Alan Kepler
Snowy Rocks by Alan Kepler
Hope For Tomorrow by Alan Kepler
Precarious by Alan Kepler
Allied Van Lines by Alan Kepler
Mission San Antonio De Padua by Alan Kepler
Mission Bell by Alan Kepler
McWay Falls by Alan Kepler
Wreck of The Iredale by Alan Kepler
On Standby by Alan Kepler
Antelope Valley PR04 by Alan Kepler
Antelope Valley PR03 by Alan Kepler
Antelope Valley PR02 by Alan Kepler
Antelope Valley01 by Alan Kepler
Rustic Very Rustic by Alan Kepler
Silver City by Alan Kepler
Companions by Alan Kepler
Boulder Cascade by Alan Kepler
Haceta Head Lighthouse by Alan Kepler
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About Alan Kepler
I love Photographing the natural landscape as well as a variety of other scenes in our world. I have been photographing for 11 years. I have witnessed the simple grandeur of creation and the miracles that surround us in the natural world. Many of my photographic images capture the magic of the wilderness, pure and simple. In fact, I never uses color filters to enhance the images or modify them to be more than what I witnessed at the moment the shutter was snapped.
My cameras of choice are the recently infrared converted Canon 5D Mark II and Canon 5D mark III 21 and 22 megapixel full frame cameras. I also use a medium format Pentax 67 II and a large format Toyo Field 45AX.
When using photo editing software, it is important to express or interpret what was captured, in a creative yet naturalistic way.
Ansel Adams wrote "Many consider my photographs to be in the "realistic" category. Actually, what reality they have is in their optical-image accuracy, their values are definitely "departures from reality." The viewer may accept them as realistic because the visual effect may be plausible, but if it were possible to make direct visual comparison with the subjects, the differences would be startling. We know that musicianship is not merely rendering the notes accurately, but performing them with the appropriate sensitivity and imaginative communication. The performance of a piece of music, like the printing of a negative, may be of great variety and yet retain the essential concepts." The Negative Print - Ansel Adams