The son of a former long-time Austin, Texas, commercial photographer, Bill Malone, who provided work for many Texas Governors(Bill Clements and Ann Richards to name a few) and one famous president(Lyndon Baines Johnson), I've chosen to leverage my technical skills in the architectural, nature, landscape, portraiture, and related areas of professional photography.
My vision in capturing images has been influenced primarily by Ansel Adams, Laura Gilpin, and Galen Rowell, with additional influence coming from Henri Cartier-Bresson and Vincent Versace. The pursuit of images with the style and luminance of Ansel Adams, and the "moment of decision" influenced by Bresson is my primary passion that I desire to share with others. The best example of this passion coming to life is shown in my image,Desert Deluge, a hand-held lightning shot. I actively pursue the capture of images that I hope most viewers may find some aspect of pleasure and inspiration.
While my passion is the in-camera capture of "the moment of decision", I'm not averse to creating an occasional collage or montage post capture, though any that I create will be properly identified as such, adhering to ethical and authentic standards regarding image manipulation. I utilize scanned film and digital for image capture, while processing is all digital and capture is with small-format, DSLR, or medium-format cameras.
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