July 17, 2018
Discover the beauty of abandoned places with
Richard Lewis, Photographer
Richard Lewis has been a professional and fine art photographer since the 1970’s with a passion for landscapes, abandoned buildings and interesting people. He uses both a professional digital camera and an iPhone to create his work.
Richard’s inspiration comes from landscape painters and has developed a style he calls "Painting with a Camera”. This involves equal effort in both creating and post processing an image.
Richard is an active photography blogger, lecturer, instructor and conducts workshops in the New Jersey Pine Barrens and other places to help photographers find their unique creative voice. To see some of his work, visit:
Richard's presentation is entitled Hidden Treasures - Photographing Abandoned Buildings
and he describes it this way, "There is a certain allure of abandoned places that attracts photographers. This presentation will show my work with abandoned buildings. It also covers specific approaches to photographing the strange an surreal beauty of forgotten places safely and without getting arrested."
The curtain raiser will be presented by Ken Winham.
Photos will also be selected for the RESCUEdog exhibit coming to Dunning Gallery in the Fall.
The July meeting will take place at Northampton Community College, Monroe Campus, 2411 Rt. 715, Tannersville, PA. 18372 on July 17, 2018 from 7 to 9 PM.