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Daniel Anderson

Daniel Anderson is a Door County Wisconsin photographer living in Ellison Bay. He has photographed widely throughout the United States and Europe. He has taught many workshops since the 1980’s. He also leads photographic tours to many exciting locations in many parts of the world. He is primarily a landscape photographer and maker of fine art prints who began his photographic career after studying with Ansel Adams. He has evolved into digital printing using the latest digital equipment and technologies and now is able to produce both color and black and white prints to even higher standards than were possible in the film era. His work also includes images of Cathedrals and Abbeys, Antarctica, Chile, Door County barn interiors, Greek architecture, Italy, Iceland, Ireland, Norway and a multi-year project of a single Door County farm. His work has been widely exhibited throughout the U.S. and Europe and his images are found in many public and private collections. He can be contacted by email

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