“I am humbled and proud to be mentioned in the same sentence as Ansel Adams and Trey Ratcliff, both major influences in my photography”
New York City, New York (PRWEB) December 02, 2012
To purchase Russ Considine’s book: “21st Century Water & Landscapes” ($149.99 & free shipping), please contact Russ at his email address: russconsidine(at)gmail(dot)com and he will sign and number each book purchased (and include a personal inscription if so desired), and then ship to the purchaser at no cost via USPS Priority mail.
Russ Considine’s new online PhotoArt gallery: http://www.russ-considine.artistwebsites.com showcases many of his HDR photographs and PhotoArt works that are for sale to the public.
Russel Considine is known throughout the World as a pioneer of HDR color photography paintings, and for his candid portraits, landscape, wildlife, sports photography, and PhotoArt works of selected photographs that he has taken.
Russ Considine is also the author of the following books, short stories and poems:
“Wildlife I’ve Shot” (Amazon.com), “The Golden Miracle” (http://www.Blurb.com), “The 1980 Golden Olympic Miracles” (Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble “Nook” eBooks), “Mother Nature’s Photo Alphabet Book” (http://www.Blurb.com, Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble eBooks), “Mother Nature’s Photo Alphabet Book, Part 2” (Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble eBooks), “The Midnight Lullaby” (English & Spanish versions - Barnes & Noble eBooks), “How To Take These Digital Photographs – Part 1” (English & Spanish versions - Barnes & Noble eBooks), “Lola’s Alphabet Friends” (Barnes & Noble eBooks), “Lola’s Alphabet Friends, Part 2” (Barnes & Noble eBooks), “Advice from Superman, a short but true Story” (English, German, Dutch, French, Portuguese, Latin, Italian & Spanish versions - Barnes & Noble eBooks), and “A Soldier’s Prayer” (Barnes & Noble eBooks) .
Russ lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York and can often be found looking for new photo subjects while he hikes the mountain trails and kayaking the waters of Lake George in New York and Rangeley Lake in Maine.