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Chris  Williams Exploration Photography

Chris Williams...

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I'm a professional Seattle based Landscape photographer and Wildlife photographer. The outdoors has been a passion of mine for many years. Whether it's climbing, hiking or snowboarding, you can always find me in the mountains or on the water. I've always loved to share my experiences and stories with others, but sometimes words fail to describe some of the breathtaking scenery I've had the privilege to see. That's where the pictures come in. Photography has allowed me to share some amazing experiences with others and gives me a sort of satisfaction that is second to none. I'll be posting my favorite photographs on this page from my various adventures. If you are interested in purchasing a print of any of the photographs, please don't hesitate to ask!

Behind the Lens

Published January 14th, 2013

Everyone has heard the phrase a picture can be worth a 1,000 words, but what does it really mean? The vary convention that any of sum of words can surmount to a real life experience captured by one exposure is an interesting thought. Witnessing the event, feeling the hard emotion flowing through your veins, being there, not here, but there, being part of something raw, something organic, and something new. That’s the type of emotion a single exposure can evoke out of one’s soul. That feeling that you are part of something bigger than you, all trapped within the matting and encased within the glass and framework that is our limitations. A picture is a powerful thing and as a photographer the ultimate goal is to bring life, to evoke emotion, be it negative or positive and to initiate a spark; a spark that can flourish even in the darkest of times. Each and every exposure has meaning, be it symbolic, raw or natural. Be it taken from an iPhone, a point and shoot or a full frame DSLR ...

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