Photography is the perfect combination of right brain creativity and left brain logic (for me).
Photography got a hold of me in 2002 . In preparation for a trip, I bought my first SLR camera and a massive photography book. When I devoured it in one weekend, I realized I was hooked.
Wanting to take my love affair beyond a casual hobby, I enrolled in night school at Sheraton College. Once I could handle the gear, I sought out creative mentorship from Freeman Patterson and Andre Gallant, two master Canadian outdoor photographers. Through their thoughtful and kind guidance, I learned how to see.
My bags of equipment have accompanied me on every workshop, business trip, vacation, and relocation since 2004. Photography connects me to the natural world, and makes me a generally better person to be around.
One of the gifts of 2020 was taking a virtual trip through thousands of images on my hard drives. This gallery and a return to photography how I express in the world is the result of that exploration.
Where do the prints in this photography gallery come from?
Whether you prefer framed fine art paper, canvas, acrylic, or metal, all the prints are gallery quality. They are made by Fine Art America / Pixels.com, a reputable on demand art service with fulfillment centers all over the world.
In addition to the quality, they are my choice because every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee and is professionally packed for shipping.
We have several hanging in our home. I'm particularly fond of the metal prints for large photos. They are lightweight, incredibly sharp, with a clean modern look.
Browse the images below, or go to lauratuckerphotography.com for a more user friendly and aesthetically pleasing experience.