Tag 4×5

Emotion – The Magic Element

Excerpt from Light on the Landscape Photographs and Lessons from a Life in Photography      Mudcracks, Zion National Park, Utah  1983 Camera: Wista 45,  Lens: Rodenstock Sironar-N 210mm f/5.6 The Magic Element: Emotion Let You Heart Show the Way An… Continue Reading →

Protecting Place

Eroded Navajo sandstone slot canyon, Antelope Canyon Tribal Park, Arizona 2002 Wista 4×5 Metal Field Camera NOTE: The original version of this essay was written and published in Outdoor Photographer Magazine in 2002 after a recent visit. I first visited… Continue Reading →

Winter Etchings

Greetings from Ahwahnee. Over last weekend, we had a massive storm hit Yosemite and the central Sierra Nevada. I hear eight feet of snow fell at Tioga Pass, and ten feet at Mammoth Mountain. That was over 4-5 days. At… Continue Reading →

Open Studio Tour coming soon! Sierra Art Trails – October 5, 6 and 7!

We are very pleased to announce that we will be open again for Sierra Art Trails 2018, which is celebrating 16 years of supporting the Arts in the Yosemite Foothills! Mark your calendar for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 5th,… Continue Reading →

Featured Portfolio and Interview in LensWork

William Neill presents photographs that go far beyond mere “pretty pictures.” His work reminds us of our deep connection with the planet, inspires us to seek the beauty of nature for ourselves, and encourages us to see with greater intimacy… Continue Reading →

My First “On Landscape” Column for Outdoor Photographer in 1997

    NOTE: This article is reposted from the original essay in 2012… Today, I had a request from my long-time friend and master photographer Michael Frye to post the essay in which I tell the story of making my… Continue Reading →

William Neill Photography from 1996

We have now moved on to 1996 in Celebrating 30 Years of my business.  1995 is a hard year to top, but here we go anyway! To read my full post, see my 7 images selected and add your comments,… Continue Reading →

Celebrating 30 Years – 1995

My “Celebrating 30 Years” project moves on to the year 1995.  A few days after Labor Day in 1984, I quit my job as Photographer at The Ansel Adams Gallery, making the leap of faith to start my own business… Continue Reading →

Celebrating 30 Years of William Neill Photography

For those of you who don’t follow my Facebook page, last week I stared a series of posts called  Celebrating 30 Years of William Neill Photography.  The idea was to post one image from each of those 30 years of… Continue Reading →

50% eBook Sale! The William Neill eBook Collection. Buy all 4 eBooks for $15.00.

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING WEEKEND 50% OFF EBOOK SALE! Starting today, I have reduced the price of my eBooks by 50%. If my photography is new to you, you can now purchase The William Neill eBook Collection, all 4 eBooks, for… Continue Reading →

  During Sierra Art Trails this past weekend, we had three ladies walk into my living room display of prints. One of them looked at the first print by the door, a 30×40 inch print of this image, gasped, and… Continue Reading →

Bliss in a field of Corn Lilies

One of the main dilemmas for nature photographers is how to frame an image.  The choice of camera position and lens angle greatly affects the image design.  Nature often provides us with chaotic lines, shapes and colors from which we… Continue Reading →

Open Studio at William Neill Photography – Sierra Art Trails Oct. 5, 6, and 7th.

Once again, I am participating in the Yosemite Foothills Open Studio Tour – Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 5, 6 & 7, 2012. My home studio will be full of my fine art prints, books and posters. I hope to… Continue Reading →

Mudcracks, Zion National Park, Utah 1983

  Here is the link to my latest essay at The Luminous Landscape, entitled, Emotion – The Magic Element. Enjoy, and I invite you to share your own experiences and thoughts here on my blog! Bill From “Landscapes of the Spirit”… Continue Reading →

Intimate Landscapes

My first article for Outdoor Photographer was published in the March/April issue 1986.  The magazine started up the previous year, and a photograph of mine appeared on the cover of the second issue.  Then, I had been asked to write… Continue Reading →

William Neill’s Yosemite: Volume One iPad App

William Neill’s Yosemite: Volume One iPad App I am happy to announce that my first app for the iPad is now available in the iTunes Store! Check it out, and perhaps post a review if you buy it! Share with… Continue Reading →

William Neill’s Yosemite: Volume One iPad App

Here is a set of screenshots of my soon-to-be-released iPad app. When the app is available on the iTunes store, I will post it here. The ebook is an app version of my latest ebook: William Neill’s Yosemite: Volume One…. Continue Reading →

William Neill’s Yosemite: Volume One ebook is now available

I am pleased to announce the publication of my latest ebook, William Neill’s Yosemite: Volume One. I have compiled 52 of my favorite images created using film cameras. The majority of the photographs were made with my 4×5 view camera,… Continue Reading →

Black oak leaves, El Capitan Meadow, Yosemite National Park 1983

John and I have been working on my next ebook, which is a collection of my Yosemite photographs.  This image is one of my favorite Yosemite images, but it has sadly languished in terms of printing it because the original… Continue Reading →

Ebooks on iPad and iPhone, etc.

Cloud reflections and Mt Moran at the Oxbow Bend on the Snake River, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming I don’t have any new images to share, but I have been posting several newly scanned 4x5s on my Facebook Fan page. … Continue Reading →

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