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Website Updates:

Added 60 Photographs of Water to web page



Click on the photos throughout the website to enlarge them.


Entrace to Toadstool TrailGrand Staircase
Escalante National Monument, Utah

Eye Phone
Eye Phone
New York City, NY

Bonical Expressions
Botanical Expression
Washington, DC

BrushstrokesBotanical Brush strokes
Washington, DC

Nerve Plant
Nerve Plant
Washington, DC

Emma
Paul Pappas
Washington, DC

Neptune's Nymph
Neptune's Nymph
Library of Congress


Evening Tide
Evening Tide
Ocean City, MD

Wilson Lake: SunsetSunset at Wilson Lake
Prescott, AZ

ProfileProfile
New York City, NY

 

 

Welcome!


Hello and welcome to my digital home on the Internet. I am a photographer and these web pages display some of my photographic work along with photo techniques, gear choices and miscellaneous information about me and my interests.

I also have a Photography FaceBook page :


A collection of my favorite water photographs.

Other photographs are displayed below and throughout the website and can be found collectively on the Portfolios page.

 

My Photographic Journey Continues:

A Nikon D800E and a return to large format B&W film.

Ilford HP5 Rated at ISO 200
Fujinon-W 250mm f64 60seconds
Photographer's Formulary FA-1027 Film Developer

 

I returned to photography at the end of 2011 after a hiatus of over 20 years. Since then I have had many amazing photographic opportunities while traveling around the southwest on work related projects. When not traveling, I have been doing studio photography and moving water photography in central Pennsylvania.

I am currently working with both digital and large format (4x5 and 5x7) black and white film. There remains a magic I find in large format that I just don't feel with digital photography. I believe the efforts required to photograph with sheet film and a view camera makes every trip of the shutter much more meaningful. It slows you down, it makes you really think of what image you are attempting to capture, what message do you wish for it to speak. In doing so you give that image great respect and every so often the photograph gives you something special in return. However, all of that being said, there are times when I just can't get away from my day job, and for those times, there will always be digital.

My digital world is captured using a Nikon D800E and four Nikkor lenses. I made the leap to Nikon based upon their selection of superior optics. While one can't say anything bad about the camera body, for me it is all about the glass, though the removal of the anti-aliasing filter allows for the D800E to be my camera body of choice.

For a complete list of my photographic gear, click here: My Digital Photo Gear

I have begun to keep a photography blog, albeit neglected, called Daybooks of Rick Dixon.

Come on in and take a look around. Enjoy and feel free to leave feedback.

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Hybrid Cineraria
Longwood Gardens, PA 3/2014

Imperial Dunes
Imperial Dunes
Imperial Dunes, CA 2/2013


Mini Calla Lilies

Mini Calla Lilies
Annapolis, MD 1/2013


Dancer in Blue
Dancer in Blue
Baltimore, MD 12/2012

 

Ceiling Lamp
Ceiling Lamp Illusions
Baltimore, MD 12/2012