Gentry Magazine Features Marc Silber's Photo Essay

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In Gentry magazine's December issue, fine art photographer Marc Silber takes on a special assignment to capture the San Francisco Peninsula.

In Gentry magazine's December issue, fine art photographer Marc Silber takes on a special assignment to capture the San Francisco Peninsula.

Silber's career as a photographer began at 12 when he learned darkroom skills at famed Peninsula School. He studied the works of masters such as Ansel Adams and Henri Cartier-Bresson but quickly forged his own unique style. Later, he honed his skills at the San Francisco Art Institute--one of the most prestigious schools of art and photography in the United States.

Gentry said, "Marc has a passion for capturing a sense of place in his work. After studying a bit of Silber's portfolio we challenged him to capture our favorite place--the Peninsula…you'll find some exquisite images of a place you thought you already knew."

To view this issue on line go to pages 58, 130-136 http://www.gentry.bantapubnet.com/Peninsula1206/
You can view Marc's work at http://www.Silberstudios.com

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