Robert H Clark is a fine art nature and landscape photographer. Born in North Carolina, he is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Georgia Institute of Technology. His love for photography began with his first camera, a Yashica Rangefinder, a present from his parents while in the 8th grade. A graphic designer, architect, landscape photographer, workshop leader and teacher, he works as a media designer, photographer, and manager for the National Park Service.
Though the primary focus of his work is landscape, Robert is an accomplished architectural photographer and loves to explore the relationships between the built environment and the landscape.
He is a workshop leader and guide and has photographed many iconic and less travelled locations from the American west to Iceland. He has had several one-man shows and his work can be found in private collections, interpretive exhibits and publications for the National Park Service, museums, galleries, and internationally for corporate clients.
Robert’s view of the landscape and how to photograph it has been tempered and inspired by many people. It was the iconic images of Ansel Adams that set the early stage for a life chasing light in the American landscape. His view of the landscape is big, wide, and expansive and he loves to work with the subtle light of early morning and late evening.
For him there is great challenge, and often great pleasure, in experiencing that moment when a landscape reveals something of itself that no other photographer has managed to see or capture. Robert’s goal is to continue to improve his craft – from image capture to the creation of a fine art print. It is a journey, like the vast landscapes he loves, that is endless.
Robert makes his home in the beautiful and rural landscapes of West Virginia.
Sculpted by the forces of water, wind, the slot canyons are places of ephemeral beauty.
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Landscape images from Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah.
Architecture and Interiors
Twilight at the Fire Pit • The Bavarian Inn, Shepherdstown, WV
All images © Robert H Clark - visit his website by clicking this link.
This event will take place via video-conference using Zoom Webinar.
You will be emailed a link in advance so you can join the event. Watch for a PDF document attached to your RPS Event Booking Confirmation email for more information about Zoom.
During the event you will be able to see Robert H Clark and his images. You will be able to ask questions after his session.
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