PHOTOGRAPHY

          Michael Long

Michael Long Photography   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael is an artist who still believes that art is primarily about beauty and truth. He chooses photography and the lens, painting with light, to express this vision. Michael uses a variety of cameras, both digital and film, from an 8x10 large format film camera to a panoramic 6x17cm pin hole camera and a Leica M3 from the 1950’s. Michael is also experimenting with old time alternative processes such as photogravures and palladium prints. Please, come check out my new studio gallery, darkroom, mini etching press and an assortment of cool cameras. My work expresses my own original and unique vision. Each print is hand signed by the artist.

 

“Photography is not so much, seeing new things, as in seeing things new”

Studio #20

24 Matlock Road, Matlock

204-509-0661

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cmwlong@gmail.com

        Alex Reinhardt

 Earl Grey Photography

 

 

 

 

 

Alex has been using his talents to gather interesting and meaningful images from the light around us.  From simple daily things, to local and distant landscapes, to abstracts, he presents a wide variety of images to peruse. See more of his work at www.earlgreyphoto.com  Location: 784 Earl Grey Rd, St. Andrews, 1 mile West of Hwy 8 on Hwy 67, then 1¾ miles North on Earl Grey Rd.

Studio #35

784 Earl Grey Road, St. Andrews

204-482-4101

alex@earlgreyphoto.com

www.earlgreyphoto.com

*Open year-round by appointment

      Stephanie Sutton

      Darkroom Studio

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stephanie is an avid traveller with a keen eye for the overlooked beauty in nature, Stephanie found a real passion and calling for photography ten years ago with her first trip to the United Kingdom. Upon her return she attended a post-graduate course at Tec Voc High School where she was technically trained for fashion in studio and learned many skills of composition, technique, and editing in the “digital dark room.” 

 

Artistry is tattooed to her soul. Stephanie grew up in the heart of Winnipeg with illustrations close to her heart; first drawing animals, and later transitioning into a love of Japanese anime. With age came a desire for space and country which made landscape photography a natural choice.

Studio #42

142 Gimli Road, Whytewold

204-471-1922

stephaniesutton@mts.net