Collection: Ray Huffman, Photographer / Digital Artist
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Ray Huffman has a variety of artistic abilities including photography, digital art and videography. Ray is uniquely qualified to oversee most of the artistic selections for Canvas Art Plus including his own work and that of other photographers and artists. Landscapes, cityscapes, waterscapes, and portraiture photography and digital art are just some of the genres in his portfolio. Ray began his interest in photography shortly after graduation from college. Ray's father bet him one hundred dollars when he got married young (age 20) that he would never finish college. Upon graduation, Ray collected on the bet and purchased a new Nikon F2 SLR camera, started a black and white development lab and has been infactuated with the photography ever since. Unknown to Ray until after his father's death, his father had several photos featured in the Columbus Dispatch long before Ray's birth.
In 2001 Ray purchased his first digital camera (Nikon Coolpix 5000) which reinvigorated his interest in photography. Coupled with the earliest versions of Photoshop, Ray discovered he could create photographs as he saw them, not that of a lab technician at the local photo processing store. Over that last 20 years Ray has increased his portfolio of camera equipment and lens using Nikon exclusively and has kept current with state of the art equipment. Ray currently uses a Nikon D810, D300 and z9 with a variety of Nikor professional lenses.
Ray's interest in photography subjects is diverse. When not shooting his grandchildren, he enjoys shooting wildlfe, landscapes, cityscapes, and waterscapes. Among his favorite is photographic waters scenes from the North Carolina Outer-banks to waterfalls in Hocking Hills Ohio. Digital Art - Ray employs a variety of digital methods to manipulate some of his photography into beautiful digital art. Using tools like Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and Corel Paint and using a digital drawing tablet Ray is able to create digital paintings with the effects of pencil drawings, oil paintings, watercolor and mixed media creations.