Gallery of Fine Art Photography - Atlanta GA

Depth Of Field: Compositions In Nature

Depth Of Field: Compositions In Nature

Photography by Peter Essick

Artist Talk & Exhibition October – November 2010

Lumière
425 Peachtree Hills Ave.
Building 5

Award winning photographer, Peter Essick’s remarkable color landscape photographs from landmark settings throughout the world reveal the stunning spiritual and artistic power of nature. Essick’s photography has been a key element in over 30 National Geographic articles, including the June, 2010 cover story on Greenland and a September 2010 feature on Fraser Island, Australia. The work has been exhibited in the United States and Europe.

Opening the exhibition, Peter Essick commented on a number of images and his experiences photographing in various geographic regions. This provided a foundation for a candid discussion session.

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