Fine Art and Nature Photography
By Greg Croasdill
Most Recent Posts
Badlands National Park in South Dakota is one of the most underrated destinations in the United States. While driving from Detroit to…
The Lonaconing Silk Mill in western Maryland is a testament to the lost manufacturing heritage in America. I visited the abandoned silk mill to experience the ruin of a once bustling enterprise and to explore the marvelous machines that built America.
Still life photography captures the beauty and texture of inanimate objects. With lighting, angles, and composition, photographers create captivating images that tell a story or evoke emotion.
I was really looking forward to my visit to the Big Sable Lighthouse. I had heard so many great things about it,…
Not many people, lots of trees… Well, the year 2020 rolled to a close, and as we all seem to agree, it…
Wind and water form ever-changing art at the base of Barton Dam February in the mid-west, and it’s finally gotten really cold…
I’m Greg Croasdill, an award-winning Landscape and Nature photographer based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Capturing the things we love has never been easier than with today’s incredible digital cameras. With their intricate features and capabilities, these amazing tools allow us to create stunning images that truly capture the essence of life.
After years in high-tech, I developed a talent for simplifying complex systems for non-technical people. My aim with this blog is to apply my skills to guide you effortlessly through the realm of digital photography.
So, welcome to my blog, where I can share my photos, and we can explore where photography and technology meet.