Photographing the Southwest - The Photographers
PhotoTripUSA thanks all the photographers who have
contributed their talent to enrich the pictorial content of Photographing
the Southwest. Find out more about their work by visiting
their web sites:
(Vol. 2): http://www.siouxbally.com
(Vol. 2): http://www.vicbeer.com
Briesen (Vol. 2): http://www.pbase.com/sedonamemories
Alain Briot (Vol. 1 & 2): http://www.beautiful-landscape.com/
Czermak (Vol. 2): http://www.isaczermak.com
Flickinger (Vol. 1, 2 & 3): http://www.ronflickinger.com
(Vol. 3): http://www.imagesofcolorado.com
Haynes (Vol. 3): http://www.maxart.com
(Vol. 2): http://www.goodlight.us
Larese (Vol. 3): http://www.stevelarese.com
(Vol. 3): http://www.terragalleria.com
Laurent Martrès (Vol. 1, 2
& 3): http://www.martres.com
Gene Mezereny (Vol. 1): http://www.phototripusa.com/e_gallery_1098.html
(Vol. 3): http://www.mikenortonphotography.com
Parker (Vol. 3): http://www.southwesthorizons.net
Plisskin (Vol. 3): http://www.aspimages.com
Lynn Radeka (Vol. 1):http://www.radekaphotography.com/
Denis Savouray (Vol. 1, 2 &
Schallau (Vol. 3): http://www.recapturephoto.com
Philippe Schuler (Vol. 1, 2 &
(Vol. 3): http://www.jessespeer.com
Synnatschke (Vol. 2): http://www.synnatschke.de/
Kerry Thalmann (Vol. 1): http://www.Thalmann.com/
Tom Till (Vol. 1, 2 & 3): http://www.tomtill.com/
Scott Walton (Vol. 1 & 2): http://www.scottwaltonphotographs.com/
Wiewandt (Vol. 2): http://www.wildhorizons.com
(Vol. 2): http://www.earthlightgallery.com/
David & Carl Muench's photography. Father and son, as well as
Grandfather Joseph have been an inspiration to many landscape
photohraphers for years
Michael Fatali's photography. Do yourself a favor and stop by Michael's
gallery in Springdale to admire his extraordinary large format
Great site by the author of Landscapes of the Spirit.
Bock's photography. One of my favorite non-pro photographers.
Fellow Bill Atkinson's photography. Exquisite nature abstracts from
this most brilliant mind.
superb images of the West.
great landscapes. Lee's posters can be seen in many galleries around
the Pacific Northwest.
Nature Photography from the Pacific Northwest and beyond by Bob Johnson.
Landscape photographer located in Springdale, Utah and focusing
primarily on the Colorado Plateau
Richard Jacob's photography page
Dan Heller's Photo page
Douglas Vincent's photography page
Bert Sirkin's photography site
interesting site showing the work of French photographers
Riebesell's photography page
images of San Francisco and surrounding are, by Brad Perks
superb photography by Jame Kay
few landscapes, but creative and enjoyable
Richard Spark's photography
lovely, impressionistic photography
A fine-art gallery featuring the black-and-white work of Al Camp, Stu
Levy, Ken Smith, Pat Morrissey and digital B&W work by Paul
Ken Hornbrooks's site
Mike & Tammy Rice's site
Travel Sites (non-commercial)
The American Southwest by John Crossley
very well-documented page on narrows and slot canyons
non commercial, contains original information
Travel/Photography Sites (Commercial)
excellent info on photography; mostly centered around Page and Moab;
they sell good books and videos
excellent books on photography in Yosemite and San Francisco; lots of
worthwhile info on the site
promotes an excellent newsletter on photographic locations thoughout
text-based but very detailed info for photographers; covers the entire
United States; very informative newsletter
excellent resource for photographic locations thoughout the Southwest;
sells books and CDs
Yellowstone National Park Photographers, Pictures, Screen Savers,
Prints, Books, Webcams, Video, Wallpaper, Maps & More.
John Stottlemyer's excellent small-groups and private workshops
offering one-on-one instruction and optimum attention in customized
locations throughout the Southwest and beyond.
innovative photographic "safaris" throughout the North-American
outback, based on the African safari concept
Roger Ekis' commercial page promoting his guided tours of Antelope
Canyon. In English, German and French.
equipment rental for the Virgin Narrows, as well as guided tours
photo Tours and workshops in Northern Arizona.
photo Tours and workshops in the Southwest.
Travel/Information Sites (Commercial)
http://www.moab-utah.com: a great
ressource for the Moab area
well-done site covering the main parks of the Western U.S.
amount of resources on the Moab area
this mostly commercial site also contains a wealth of information on
the region. Definitely a "must see"
Dietrich's wonderful Burrtrail Trading Post and Grill in Boulder, UT.
Trish makes a mean Blue Cheese burger and has great stories to tell.
Very nice store too.
Travelin' Magazine - bi-monthly publication exploring little known and
out-of-the-way places of the West
One Small Planet Global Database - Utah Travel
excellent resource for all things photo
a vast photographic resource with some good information
comprehensive digital photography resource
official site of the National Park Service; excellent information
the B.L.M.'s official web site for Grand Staircase-Escalante Natl'
official site for the State of Utah
BLM's official site for the State of Arizona
permits for the Paria Canyon and Coyote Buttes area
Official sites from Cities, States, Communities
Utah Travel Destinations
commercial site of the town of Boulder, UT
official page of the State of Utah
official travel page for southwestern Utah.
commercial site of the City of Moab, UT
commercial page of the City of Moab; well-made and has excellent
official touristic site covering the entire southeastern region of Utah
official site of the city of Grand Junction, CO
commercial site on Grand Canyon, Lake Powell and Monument Valley
http://www.castlerockcollaboration.org/: site dedicated to the preservation of scenic but
endangered wildlands around Moab.
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