George Rhodes is a professional,
based fine art photographer. His
photographs have appeared in publications worldwide, numerous state and
regional publications, photography yearbooks, annuals and educational
textbooks, note cards and posters. His
work has been widely exhibited in outdoor exhibitions, public buildings
and galleries and museums in the
. He has received numerous
awards of excellence for both exhibited prints and published work at the
local, state, national and international levels.
Rhodes is currently represented by galleries in Florida and the
Carolinas and exhibits regularly in selected major art festivals
throughout the eastern United States.
Artistic composition can be found
anywhere, in almost anything, all around us. In my work, I strive to
capture an actual moment in time. None of my images are
“manufactured” in Photoshop, or by any other means. I do not alter
the color, composition, or anything else, to an extent that would
adversely affect the integrity of my original images. I particularly
enjoy utilizing color as a primary element of my work.
My images are captured with either a fully manual 6 X 7 format
“Pentax 67” film camera, or a state of the art, high res, digital
Nikon camera. I print my C print (chromogenic) images on
traditional, light sensitive, archival photographic paper. I print
my archival pigment prints on professional Epson paper or canvas,
utilizing Epson Ultrachrome 100 year archival inks.