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Alligators Courting by Steve Zimic
Cades Cove Church by Steve Zimic
Little Blue Heron by Steve Zimic
Frosty Maple Leaves by Steve Zimic
Egret Preening by Steve Zimic
Great Egret with chicks by Steve Zimic
Lost in the flood by Steve Zimic
Working Feet by Steve Zimic
Old Tractor by Steve Zimic
West Virginia Barn by Steve Zimic
Glade Creek Grist Mill by Steve Zimic
Nubble Lighthouse by Steve Zimic
Mineola Station by Steve Zimic
BW Covered Bridge in the Snow by Steve Zimic
Bridge Over Calm Waters by Steve Zimic
Sand Beach by Steve Zimic
Meandering Inlet by Steve Zimic
Tidal Pool by Steve Zimic
Portland Head Lighthouse by Steve Zimic
Lynx by Steve Zimic
White Breasted Nuthatch by Steve Zimic
Children's Cottage by Steve Zimic
Gnarled Maple by Steve Zimic
Empire State Building by Steve Zimic
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About Steve Zimic
A warm hello to all, and welcome to Fine Art America. My serious interest in photography started back in the 80’s when I was still working as an engineer. I soon joined a local camera club - which I must say - was the best decision I’ve ever made to improve the quality of my work. In the mid 90’s I joined the Nature Photographers website, which is like an online camera club where you share your images and comments with the whole world. Throughout the 90’s my work again took a leap forward as a result of workshops with the late Galen Rowell.
I got started in digital photography in 1996 by having my transparencies scanned and then working them in Photoshop 3.0. In 2002 I started shooting digital with an Olympus C3000. To this day I’m still amazed at the 11 x 14 prints I’ve made from that 3.2 megapixel camera.
Currently I’m shooting with an Olympus E-M1 for my color work, and an infrared converted Olympus E-M5 for my infrared work. Although I still shoot in color, I much prefer the challenges of infrared. I shoot exclusively in RAW and use Photoshop CS6 and Lightroom 5 for both my color and infrared imagery.
I hope you enjoy viewing my images as much as I enjoyed creating them.