GARY RANDALL GOT HIS FIRST CAMERA when he was a boy in 1964. He began shooting and developing black and white film while in his 20s before making the leap into digital photography in his 40s. He has dabbled in many media forms, including painting, drawing, carving stone.

The sweetspot for his photography begins in early morning and picks up again in late afternoon—sunrise and sunset. Much of this takes place close to home on Mt. Hood. His work has been published around the world in magazines and books. He teaches digital photography as well as workshops on fine art digital landscape photography.

Here, we bring together some of his most impressive shots Oregon dawn and dusk around the state.

http://www.gary-randall.com/

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