Denver: A Photographic Journey

Denver: A Photographic Journey

by Steve Mohlenkamp

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Overview

Highlighting Denver's most celebrated attractions, skyline, and natural scenery in vibrant color, this book proudly showcases what makes the Mile High City so special. Jampacked with informative text and 94 full-color photographs that feature elegant shots of Union Station, Fisher Tower, the Denver Mint, Red Rocks Amphitheater and more, it's the perfect memento to celebrate your favorite city or vacation destination. Denver: A Photographic Journey is a beautiful portrait of a fabulous place.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781560376699
Publisher: Farcountry Press
Publication date: 02/27/2018
Pages: 80
Sales rank: 776,226
Product dimensions: 9.12(w) x 8.12(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Steve Mohlenkamp is a self-taught commercial photographer of over thirty years, based in Denver, Colorado, with a passion for capturing his own spirit of the West. When he was six years old his parents took him on a trip west from his Illinois farm home, where he spent all of his money on postcards - never sending any to anyone - keeping them for himself to look at over and over. The blazing light and color on the canyons and mountains were simply too overwhelming to ever forget! Decades later, as a photographer, Steve was beckoned west for good, and he now knows just how much of an influence that trip and those postcards really were. Steve has called Denver home now for twenty-five years.

His work has appeared in countless publications in many countries, and his commercially created images for business and advertising meet the toughest demands of his clients. Steve's "Whispers of the West" landscape art is displayed in many corporate and private collections. His imagery has been used by such entities as: Cowboys and Indians magazine, Phillip Morris Europe, Car & Driver magazine, Shell Oil, General Motors, Nikon USA, NBC television, Farcountry Press, the Discovery Channel, the National Park Service, and Paramount Pictures, to name just a few. Steve considers the world his studio, and the most exciting shot has always been, the next one!

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