Gary J. Maxwell

Gary J. Maxwell Photographs
Aliquippa, PA

In 1973, the Art Institute of Pittsburgh saw the graduation of an aspiring photographer. This individual was enthralled by the works of Edward and Brett Weston, Imogen Cunningham, Ralph Gibson, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Aaron Siskind - photographers that have stood the test of time.

For a long time, this photographer resisted the idea of digital photography, preferring the gratification of the darkroom. However, mid-90s saw a friend giving them a Pentax digital 35mm camera, with which most of the photographs in this gallery have been taken. Even with the advent of digital photography, this photographer continues to shoot a lot of flowers, with some of their work being abstractions of colors and shapes.

The photographer has never used Photoshop or Aperture, instead relying on free or inexpensive apps like Pixler, Camera Bag and Glaze, as well as the Apple Photos application. This photographer has been using a camera for around 50 years and will continue to do so, changing ideas and looking for new ways of doing their photos.

For those looking to bring a touch of art to their home or office, they can purchase prints of this photographer's work. With a long history of photography, the resulting photos will surely be worth perusing.

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