Are your photographs digitally manipulated?

Cameras, whether digital or film, perceive things differently than the human eye. In the interest of creating images that match our human experience, we do make changes when needed. We never create impossible composite images without explicitly telling you so; we do balance color, light, and shadow to best represent the beauty we saw at the time the photograph was taken.

We do not believe--nor does any other professional photographer that I know believe--that the final photograph must be printed as exposed in the camera. Even the great Ansel Adams spent hours in the darkroom processing each photograph to obtain his breathtaking images.