Flatirons at Sunset - Boulder, Colorado

Flatirons under a blazing sunset-Boulder, Colorado

Golden Gate Bridge & Cypress Trees, San Francisco, California

Mt. Foraker, Alaska

Zooming Rocks on the Racetrack Playa-Death Valley National Park, California

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Ancient Bristlecone Pine, the oldest living trees on earth.

Dragon Cloud Over Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Cannon Beach Flyover-Oregon Coast

Maharaja's Palace-Bangalore, India

Bliss Dancing with the Pyramid-San Francisco, California

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Machu Picchu-Peru

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Keith Cuddeback

“More real than life” Picture Perfect HDR Photography

Over 35 years ago I began making photographs. Ansel Adams was still alive then and he was my mentor &inspiration.  Landscape and travel photography have always been my passion. A huge shift happened in 2009 when I started learning about high dynamic range, HDR, photography.  HDR adds a dimension of supra-reality to many images and now i incorporate HDR into most of my work.

People tell me that the images I create seem
somehow, more real than life. Thank goodness because walking the
fence between real & surreal is a fun place for me to
play.  So I’m borrowing that expression as the intention for
this blog. “Photography More Real Than Life!”

I hope you like my art. It brings be much pleasure creating it.