Welcome to Wide Eyed Images!

Welcome to my landscape photography posts and forum for their display!  As a Colorado Photographer specializing in nature and landscape photography I am happy to present these images for your enjoyment.   Please browse at your leisure.

 My photographs are displayed as realistically as possible, as a friend by my side would see these places through their own eyes. In post processing I make only minimal adjustments to the images, slight exposure corrections or color balancing.  When shooting I only use neutral density and graduated neutral filters, nothing to modify the landscape before me but rather most adequately capture what I see at that moment.  I don’t feel the need to alter the significant visual experience of our wilderness from it’s presented natural form.  Spending time in our national forest and park areas is a privelege.  I’m thankful we have these places to experience and pleased to share them in this capacity. 

I welcome any and all comments, discussion, questions, and of course…compliments! Images are available for purchase as fine art gallery prints or as greeting cards.  I’ll work hard to make sure any order you make is delivered to your satisfaction.  I must state the obvious at this point so bear with me; all images are the property of David Korn and Wide Eyed Images and are not allowed to be used or reproduced without my consent in writing.

Check out the links in the section at the right of the page if you are interested in photography or in simply getting outside; they are fantastic resource sites.  As a note, I do have a personal association with Families First, a local non-profit organization that does difficult work with abused kids in our community.  It is important people know there are resources available for things other than hobby or recreation…Thanks for visiting Wide Eyed Images.

“The object of art is to give life a shape.”  Shakespeare

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