The Photographer

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At the age of six, Kent Sorensen was captivated by the magic of photography when his father allowed him into the darkroom to see how he processed photographs. As Kent’s eyes adjusted to the darkened room illuminated only by a single red light, he was mesmerized watching his father expose the film under the light of an enlarger, then slosh it through developer fluid until the image slowly appeared in black and white. By eleven, he got his first camera and has been shooting images ever since.

As the photographic world switched over from film to digital images, so did Kent’s approach to photography. He immersed himself into Photoshop processing and considers it a vital aspect of the artistry needed to bring out the best quality image in photography. He has received much acclaim for his work in photography. As a friend of Curtis Roosevelt (the grandson of FDR), he was honored when one of the photographs he took of Curtis was selected to be hung in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in New York.

Whether meandering through the streets of Paris or trudging through the vineyards of Sonoma County in California, he will always be seen carrying his tripod and camera, just in case that perfect shot comes along. His porfolio of work can be viewed on iStockphoto, Shutterstock, and Fine Art America’s websites.

Galleries
provence photos
france photos
ocean photos
barn photos
rural photos
vineyard photos
perspective photos
paris photos
landscape photos
california photos
architecture photos
sonoma photos
farm photos
skagit photos
washington photos
california photos
nature photos
french photos
french photos