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PrintedArt.com Photographer’s Choice: Richard Silver’s Top Five List

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This week we feature the picks of Richard Silver. Silver is a Brookyn-born, New York-based photographer whose work speaks to a life of travel and exploration. Silver’s photographs are part of the La Grange Art Museum’s permanent collection and AT&T’s Corporate collection, and he won first place in Fine Art — Continue reading …




 

 

This week we feature the picks of Richard Silver. Silver is a Brookyn-born, New York-based photographer whose work speaks to a life of travel and exploration. Silver’s photographs are part of the La Grange Art Museum’s permanent collection and AT&T’s Corporate collection, and he won first place in Fine Art for FotoWeek DC 2010. Richard has had solo shows, group shows, and won numerous contests throughout the country and world. In his series “Tilt-Shift”ing the World, viewers have the opportunity to see some of the world’s most recognizable locations photographed in his Tilt-Shift photographic style.

To see Richard Silver’s collection, visit his portfolio.

Net Worth by Glen Allison

The color, the feeling of this photo makes me feel the wind blowing in my hair. It is very difficult to explain how a photograph can take you on a journey so relaxing but this one pulls it off. I absolutely love the use of color and depth of field.

Fractal Reflections by Lee Rentz

The use of symmetry and evenness has always been something that I try to find in my photography, Lee got himself in the perfect spot and waited for the perfect moment to get this shot. I know what it is like to wait for water to be calm and patience was taken in this photograph.

Overview of Singapore River by Min Thein

I was in Singapore in 2000 and the waterfront skyline has been changed so much over the last decade. Asia is fast becoming the architectural capital of the world where New York and Chicago used to be. Getting such a nice night shot can only make you appreciate such a beautiful skyline even more.

Looking Down the Cupola by Kim Wilson

As a travel photographer I can only appreciate any other photographer that takes the initiative to go to the highest point of any place to capture the photo. Most people never get the chance to see places from this perspective, so I thank Kim for making the effort.

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