These are artists whose devotion to photography is equal to our devotion to deliver them a great product.
David is one of the finest fine art photographers in the world, and a master of the 8x10 camera. David was Fujifilm's in-house photographer for many years and was involved in the development of Velvia and Provia. Today, David makes his home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming where the David Brookover Gallery displays his gorgeous Platinum Palladium, Silver Gelatin, Photogravure, and Bromoil prints.
Lucas is one of the world’s leading adventure photographers. His images have a natural sense of grandeur. His “little person, big landscape” philosophy often features his subject enveloped in the beauty of a rugged earth. Lucas produces his amazing images for a wide range of A-list clients including Land Rover, Red Bull, National Geographic, Sports Illustrated and Outside Magazine.
Brian is a true aficionado of filters. Much of Brian’s work centers around falling water, be it streams, waterfalls, or seascapes. An ethereal quality is pervasive throughout his work. Brian is also one of the most important community builders in the digital photography era. He’s an educator, workshop leader, vlogger, and was once even leader of Google’s photo community.
Sharon Tenenbaum in one of the true innovators in modern digital photography. Sharon and her peers in the Vision Explorer group have redefined what is possible with long exposure fine art photography. Her architectural photography is a radical departure from what was possible only a few years ago. In 2015 Sharon’s work was featured on billboards across her home province of British Columbia, Canada.
Joey’s photographic career includes both the highest quality advertising photography and extraordinary fine art. Joey was chosen by Pentax as their lead photographer in the development and promotion of their medium format 645Z camera system. Joey also uses his photography to bring awareness to species preservation, especially relating to Rhino poaching in Africa.