Meet Richard Reynolds…

Then Tell Him What You Think

The passion Richard Reynolds has for photography started when he was a boy in Alaska. Surrounded by beautiful snow-capped mountains, his first photograph was of the majestic Mt. McKinley. This was back in the early 1960's where he used only a simple box camera. In fact, he continued using film until around 2005, where he tried his hand at digital photography. Now, he uses his three Nikon cameras: a D80, a D500, and a point and shoot Nikon that he always keeps with him for quick photos. Of course, the world is always moving, and sometimes there's no time to dig through your stuff to find your camera, so plenty of times he relies on his trusty iPhone to get him some quick shots.

Richard Reynolds may be in his 60's, but don't underestimate him. He's very active, and loves to go hiking, where he takes most of his shots. He doesn't particularly care for superficial portraits, but instead likes to see life as it really is in nature. There, nothing is staged, and his pictures can portray the true, unbridled beauty in the world around him. That's why he can often be found outdoors, looking at nature as it's meant to be seen, then taking a picture so as to keep the moment forever.


Richard Reynolds holding his camera under a pine tree.
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