Craig Walters is a self-taught photographer whose focus is the depiction of rural and urban scenes in both monochrome and color images. The majority of his photography is taken in northern Florida, featuring scenes of forests, wetlands, the ocean and the streets. Mr. Walters continues to study the art and technique of photography and is pursuing his interest in documenting events and stories as well as the varied landscapes of Florida. Mr. Walters has been heavily influenced by the monochrome work of Clyde Butcher and other prominent landscape photographers. He aspires to continually refine his craft and to create informative and dramatic images.
Me using my Yashica D vintage film camera at Watermelon Pond in Alachua County Florida