After many years of making photographs in both color and black and white I've decided to get back to the type of photography that inspires me the most - Black and White. So going forward, I will be using this website for my black and white images exclusively.
I will continue to use my Fine Art America websites below for both color and black and white photography. Both of these websites have more buying and framing options an are much more user friendly, have more options and are generally easier to make purchases and view images.
I'm a Master Naturalist and a member of the North American Nature Photography Association, Carolina Nature Photography Association, Nikon Professional Services and an instructor for the Cameras For Kids Foundation. I'm a Staff Photographer at Hobcaw Barony, Kaminski House Museum and Lowcountry Companion Magazine. My photography can be viewed locally at the Gray Man Gallery, Pawleys Island Mercantile, Surf the Earth, Litchfield Books,, Grand Strand Regional Hospital, 803 Labs, as well as many private collections.
My articles and photography have been published in Nature Photographer Magazine, North American Nature Photography Associations - Currents Magazine, Carolina Nature Photography Associations - Camera in the Wild Magazine, the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor's Traveler Magazine and website, Lowcountry Companion Magazine, Coastal Observer, Alternatives Magazine.
I've won numerous photography awards and was chosen for the cover of the Lowcountry Companion Magazine in July 2011 and again in April 2014. In 2011 the National Cherry Blossom Festival selected my photo of the White House for use in marketing the 2012 Centennial campaign. In 2012, Blue Moon at Hobcaw Beach was selected for the annual South Carolina Tide Table Chart for 2013. In 2014 I was invited to lecture during the Ansel Adams Exhibition on Black & White photography at the Burroughs and Chapin Museum in Myrtle Beach and my photo of the Marsh Walk at Hobcaw Barony was chosen as the cover for South Carolina Traveler Magazine and was the featured artist photograph for the annual SCELP - South Carolina Environmental Law Project Wild Side fundraiser.
Please visit my two companion Fine Art websites at http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/donald-withers.html
Both are full service websites where you can order your favorite photographs, have them matted and/or framed, put onto canvas or even metal at a very reasonable price. The website also provides pdf color palettes based on colors in the photograph, so you can easily make choices to fit into your home decor.
Please keep in touch and when you get a chance, LIKE my Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/DonaldWithersPhotography
and please join my Facebook group - "The Inspired Photographer"