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Photography Web Site Launch

April 19th, 2014

Photography Web Site Launch

On Friday, April 25th at 6:00 pm Eastern Standard time (United States), Pete Nunweiler will be launch his own personal photography web site. Pete started his passion for photography in June of 2009 when he took his first photograph on the manual setting of a point and shoot camera that he had with him for his wedding/anniversary trip in the Smoky Mountains. He began to play with different settings until he figured out a little about how the different settings worked.

At his feet was a turtle that was walking around, so he figured it was time to test some of what he had learned. "In my mind I thought it would be funny to create an image with a slightly blurred turtle with everything else around it clear, making it appear as though the turtle was moving really fast." It turned out as he planned it and posted called the image "Turtle Racer."

Since then, he and his wife Kris have been learning as much as they can about photography and take great joy in spending time...

A Picture Says Ten Thousand Words

August 31st, 2011

A Picture Says Ten Thousand Words

Sure, the traditional saying is A Picture Says A Thousand Words, but when Pete Nunweiler, a photographic hobbyist from Indianapolis adds art to his website provided by Fine Art America, a picture says ten thousand words.

"Although I can not deliver the smell, touch, taste and feel of each subject," Pete begins in is online biography, "I hope you will be able to look at the subject and let your imagination fill in the senses that can't be captured in a photograph, but can in photography." This is Pete's goal to his audience. To do this, he partners each posted photograph with a description of the events that lead up to the moment he captured the image. Sometimes that includes a chronological series of events. Other times, it is a description of the wind speed, temperature, and scent of the surroundings.

"During my first trip to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, in Tennessee, my wife and I were driving along the Motor Nature Trail just East from stop light...