Fine Landscape Photographer

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Five years ago, Gary's 30-plus year career as an award winning corporate graphic designer and acclaimed, internationally collected, fine-art landscape photographer seemed at its end, the result of a rare inherited pigment dispersion glaucoma. Today, with just a fraction of peripheral eyesight, his deep love of nature drives him to adapt against all odds as he continues to refine his photographic art and engage a new conversation called "Journey Into Blindness"

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Diane Jacobsen Speaker Series Sisters Library Community Room Sponsored by Friends of the Sisters Library

Diane Jacobsen Speaker Series
Sisters Library Community Room

Sponsored by Friends of the Sisters Library


Sunday February 8, 2015 1:30 PM
Gary Albertson – Photographer
Shooting In The Dark



As a photographer with deteriorating eyesight, Gary captures images on film using his own special techniques developed to compensate for his fading vision. “The image captures me before I capture it,” is one of Gary’s favorite ways to describe how he decides what to photograph. He will share his passion for photography, including how he does it, as well as examples of his extraordinary work.

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