"Morning Clouds" by Ric Sorgel
2560 x 1406 pixels
Resolution: 300 dpi
Color Space: RGB
Original Art Work
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
My camera looks both ways.
On my website, there are the images it sees when I look out through the lens. But, what does my camera see when it looks back through the viewfinder at me?
It sees a kid in Milwaukee who caught the bug from taking a beginner's course in black-and-white photography as a junior at Marquette. When that lead me to quickly become the main photographer for our yearbook and photo editor of the school's newspaper, it was apparent that my camera was "seeing" in ways that others were not.
After college, my camera taught me how to use images to tell stories. For eighteen years, my company, Sorgel Studios, a forty-person multi-media production company, produced large events and product launches for Fortune 500 companies that opened eyes, grabbed hearts, changed minds, and thrilled audiences worldwide.
I was learning how images moved people.
And then I made it more personal. I brought the power of digital to unique designed in the retail space; to inspire, to engage, to involve, to enable people to make more intelligent, more complete, more thoughtful decisions in choosing products.
Along the way, I've won more than 250 national and international awards such as an artist, producer, and photographer in a wide variety of industries for an even greater variety of my work... all of which involved photography - which is now my passion full-time.
All of what I've been -- and am -- infuses all I create. When you look at the images I've captured, I hope they help you to see your world -- and maybe yourself -- in a fuller of different way... and I trust you will see a bit of my unique vision in them as well.
Because my camera looks both ways.
Original non-moving print available upon request
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