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Matt Hanson - Fine Artist

Matt Hanson

Tualatin, OR - United States

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Photography has become a great creative release for me.   I've always enjoyed playing around with my digital point-n-shoot but it wasn't until I got my DSLR in May of 2011 that I truly got excited about it.   Something about being able to control the focal depth and light settings intrigued me.   I tend to drift towards landscape photography but also enjoy abstract, macro and portrait photography.   Find Me of Facebook: www.facebook.com/MattHansonPhotography My tools consist of: HARDWARE: Nikon D3100 14.2MP Digital SLR Camera; 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AF-S DX VR Nikkor Zoom Lens; Nikon...more
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Vanishing Bridge Showcased On Photoblur

Redwood City, CA - November 16th, 2011

My photo of the Golden Gate Bridge titled "Vanishing Bridge" was featured on the front page of the popular photography showcase site and was also featured in their exclusive gallery "The Big Shots - An Online Showcase of Amazing Photography". This site has some amazing photography on it so I am honored.

Half Moon Bay Photo Selected By InterfaceLIFT

Redwood City, CA - November 11th, 2011

This was my first attempt at long exposure photography using my new P-Series filter holder and ND Filters. If I remember correctly, I used a 2-stop filter combined with 1 & 2-stop graduated ND filters to brighten up the foreground. The lens stayed open for around 25 seconds. It's pretty cool that the photographers and users at InterfaceLIFT liked it....guess I'll keep playing around with my new filters. Click the "MORE INFORMATION" link below to visit the site and download photo for pretty much any screen resolution for free.

Breaking Through The Trees Photo Selected By InterfaceLIFT

Redwood City, CA - November 10th, 2011

My second photo selected to be featured by InterfaceLIFT.com. I am happy to see that other folks are starting to enjoy my work. Click the "MORE INFORMATION" link below to visit the site and download photo for pretty much any screen resolution for free.

Vanishing Bridge Photo Selected By InterfaceLIFT

Redwood City, CA - November 10th, 2011

This photo was my first submission to be approved on the website InterfaceLIFT.com. This was a big deal for me as an aspiring photographer since I had previously been looking at this site as a source of photographic inspiration. There are some amazing artists feature here. The way it works is you submit a photo to a review section and it is only featured on the site if a large number of fellow photographers and users vote on your submission. There are a ton of great photos that have been submitted and not selected so I didn't think I had much of a shot. Since submitted 25 days ago, it has been downloaded by 46,807 people. Pretty crazy. I took this photo while driving across the Golden Gate Bridge by holding my Nikon S600 out my window so I'm surprised it actually came out half decent. There was a light pole in the bottom right but I used good ole' Photoshop to clone stamp it out of th...