"Wild Pennsylvania" - Photography by Michael Gadomski
Nature photographer Michael Gadomski will be presenting his film, "Wild Pennsylvania," on Monday, July 1 at 7pm at the PPL Environmental Learning Center, Route 6, Hawley, PA. All are welcome.
Michael P. Gadomski is a professional photographer located in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.
Growing up in the Poconos he
explored the nearby woods, lakes, and wetlands as a child and developed a keen interest and a love for the natural world at an early age.
While in college he
became interested in photography and started to combine his
interest in the natural environment with photography.
For 25 years he was also employed as a park naturalist and a park ranger by the Pennsylvania Bureau of State Parks.
In 2002 he
left the State Park Service to devote himself to a full time photography career.
Although landscapes are his
is accomplished in other venues of photography including travel, botanical, micro, agriculture, lifestyles and people.
takes a naturalistic approach to photography the vast majority of his
subjects are illuminated in natural light.
has photographed from aircraft, snowshoes, kayaks, from steep rock ledges, and often while wading in waist deep mud and water.
has returned from photo shoots with broken bones, twisted ankles, numerous bee stings and various cuts and lacerations.
collection of broken cameras and lens attest to the extreme conditions he
has challenged to get the right shot.
Often working on the edge to get lighting or compositions not often seen by the casual observer, his
images often take on an artistic or abstract characteristic.
At other times his
images are of a pure journalistic nature and frequently used by editorial publishers.
images have been used by hundreds of publishers and have been published worldwide.
Learn more about Michael
and see his
photography at www.mpgadomski.com.