Robert Clark is a fine art landscape photographer based in the United States. Born in North Carolina, he is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Visual Design, and the School of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology. Robert is a photographer, graphic designer, architect, and a teacher. He currently works as a media designer for the National Park Service.
Robert travels regularly, photographing unique and remote locations and exploring some of the most beautiful places in the United States. Through the use of light, composition, and photographic technique, Robert reveals the intricate beauty of these special places. His work can be found in private collections, exhibits and publications, and internationally for corporate clients. In 2009 he was selected to be a MOAB Master by the MOAB Paper Company, a division of Legion Paper.
All the images are digitally captured with high resolution Nikon cameras. Each image is processed to achieve maximum detail, color, and fidelity. All images are archivally printed by the artist, using state of the art Epson printers and inks, on 300gsm MOAB Somerset Museum paper.
Equipment List: For many years I shot with a Canham 4 x 5 but made the move several years ago to digital. My years with the 4 x 5, I believe, gave me a different insight into photography. It requires a more methodical approach and patience in choosing and framing the subject. Digital though gives me more freedom to really work the scene. But I have still retained the methodical 4 x 5 sensibilities when it comes to selecting images with strong foreground elements. My shooting equipment includes the following:
Nikon D3x and D800E camera bodies with Tokina 16-28mm f2.8, Nikkor 17-35mm f2.8, Nikkor 28-70mm f2.8, and a Nikkor 70-200mm f2.8. I also carry a selection of Singh-Ray split neutral density filters and a Heliopan Warming Polarizer.