David Bechtol

Untitled Works

A digital photography exhibition with archival Epson UltraChrome prints. This exhibit consists of images from Sicily, Midwestern flora, and panoramic landscapes. The selected pieces are from a larger body of over 3,000 pieces developed over the past two years. I am rarely without my camera. I have always had an interest in photography, and have studied the photographic process over the last 30 years. With my role as a Senior Computer Scientist at a large consulting firm, it was only natural for this to evolve into the digital realm. My penchant for detail directly affects my choice of subject matter, along with my love of nature, or the beauty of man-made form and line which I may stumble upon from time to time within my viewfinder. Great images are always around us. We have to be ready to capture them with our vision and share them with the world. Images were captured with a Sony DSC-F707 5 Megapixel digital camera. Prints were made using an Epson Stylus Photo 2200 printer, Epson archival paper, and UltraChrome archival pigment-based inks.