New Jersey Photographer Richard Lewis’ Impressionistic Photography
Painting With A Camera
These some of my favorite recent photographs from over the last year or so. There are images landscape photographs from New Jersey to California, abandoned buildings and towns, and of course the New Jersey Pine Barrens. I hope you enjoy them. Check my other galleries regularly for even more new work.
Photographs of landscapes from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Alaska, Death Valley, Smoky Mountains, Florida and beyond.
I’ve been living in and photographing the New Jersey Pinelands for over 30 years. It is a beautiful piece of wilderness that is both challenging and very rewarding to photograph.
Our American landscape is littered with old and abandoned buildings. These deserted places are a sign of change – how something that was once useful and even beautiful is no longer either.
After the Second World War, the United States and the Soviet Union faced off in a global arms race that brought the world to the brink of nuclear destruction.
iPhoneography allows a new mindset for the photographer to create art in a completely different way.
They were teenagers and young adults that put their lives on hold to take up arms and defend their nation.
Being a photographer does not mean one needs to confine themselves to a particular style or topic of interest. While I love working with landscapes, both natural and abandoned, sometimes there is a simple need to play.