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Company - Matt Anderson Photography
Location - Wisconsin, United States
Website - http://www.mattandersonphotography..
Blog - https://plus.google.com/1046204159553953..
Speciality
Landscapes, Flora and macro
Language
English, Love, Drunkenese
Bio
"Photography, for me, is a mixed bag of juxtaposing ideals and intent. My photographic imagery is a study and exploration, more so an experience into creative pursuits that provide unending joy, passion, and healing. Traveling, meeting & listening to people, experiencing new locations and cultures. Enlightenment through adventure, and discernment by re-evaluating possible jejune prejudice of how I thought the “world” “is” or exists. Experience happens to be the best mentor for me.
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Matt Anderson
Endless Summer #2
http://whytake.net/NatureImages/216/66681/1/1
Endless Summer #2 " Long Day Gone " A lovely beach, on a lovely bay, located on a lovely, island far far away. Taylor Bay Beach Turks and Caicos. Caribbean
2 weeks ago | 1 Cool | Oops | 5 Comment
Larry Monczka Another dreamscape , cheers, Larry.
2 weeks ago
victorino diaz fernandez Muy bonita imagen . Saludos, Victor
2 weeks ago
Matt Anderson
Canyon of the Gods
http://whytake.net/NatureImages/216/66560/1/1
Left fork North Creek, Zion NP ( Inside the Subway ). What your seeing here is a stitch of two 14mm FOV's. Each FOV consists of 9 bracketed shots to fully cover the massive dynamic range present.
3 weeks ago | 4 Cool | Oops | 12 Comment
Fermin Munoz Ochotea very very nice Matt.
2 weeks ago
Felipe Foncueva espectacular la foto y el paisaje
one week ago
Matt Anderson
Moonlit Sedona
http://whytake.net/NatureImages/216/66385/1/1
During a near full moon, the landscape of Sedona Arizona glows under the stars of night. A long exposure created the ethereal mood, a view which can’t be seen with the naked eye.
3 weeks ago | 2 Cool | Oops | 1 Comment
Jean Sebastien Dieu Superb.
3 weeks ago
Matt Anderson
Canydland #3
http://whytake.net/NatureImages/216/66286/1/1
An isolated view of the Colorado river and the Grand Canyon.
4 weeks ago | 3 Cool | Oops | 11 Comment
Morris McClung Far out, Man!
3 weeks ago
Anna Barbara Utelli Fantastic colors and depth!
3 weeks ago
Matt Anderson
3 months ago | 4 Cool | Oops | 11 Comment
Kathleen Pickard Spectacular!
3 months ago
victorino diaz fernandez Fantástica toma, con esos bonitos contrastes. Saludos, Victor
3 months ago
Matt Anderson
Approaching storm String Lake
http://whytake.net/NatureImages/216/62543/1/1
Early morning storm on String Lake located in the Grand Teton National Park. Fog lifting, fall colors littering the shoreline, and rocks reflecting in the calm chilly lake.
3 months ago | 3 Cool | Oops | 6 Comment
Kathleen Pickard The strength of this image is in its "rawness". Nature uncompromised.
3 months ago
victorino diaz fernandez Fantástica imagen Matt.Bravo!!!. Saludos,Victor
3 months ago
Matt Anderson
Flaming Aspen
http://whytake.net/NatureImages/216/60510/1/1
A lone solitary aspen tree in peak fall colors. Located in the heart of the Grand Teton National Park.
4 months ago | 3 Cool | Oops | 7 Comment
Martin Schmidt Very interesting contrasts,Matt, I like this style of creative nature photography.
LG Martin
4 months ago
Elisabeth GAILLARD Excellent !
4 months ago
Matt Anderson
Pastel Caicos
http://whytake.net/NatureImages/216/60061/1/1
*Note, hi-key pastel photos such as this, are the most difficult to photograph and post process. The tonal values and hues (gamut) are such that keeping their integrity requires tight metering, extrem
5 months ago | 1 Cool | Oops | 3 Comment
Jean Claude LE HIR Merci pour ce voyage intérieur que cette photo a déclenché.
Thank you for the inner journey which this photo activated !
5 months ago
Kathleen Pickard You've maintained wonderful tonal gradation. Beautifully (and oh so carefully) done.
4 months ago
Matt Anderson
Moments Together
http://whytake.net/NatureImages/216/59258/1/1
Six intriguing trees atop a snowy rolling hillside at sunset in -10°F weather. Located in rural Wisconsin.
5 months ago | 4 Cool | Oops | 8 Comment
frederic corso Fantastique !!!
5 months ago
Nicole Barge Merveilleuse ambiance!
5 months ago
Matt Anderson
Secret Falls
http://whytake.net/NatureImages/216/58643/1/1
Soft, filtered light shining into the remote wilderness forest along Little Carp Creek in the Upper Michigan Peninsula. Two 14mm exposures stitched together.
5 months ago | 2 Cool | Oops | 2 Comment
Serge DAENS Belle image!
5 months ago
Adrien Sautier As usual, you nailed a stunning composition. It really is a perpetual source of amazement. However, I find the saturation a tiny bit excessive.
5 months ago