Category Archives: Fine Art Photography

Fine art photography by Sam Dobrow offered for sale through this website. Information on exhibits and shows where Sam Dobrow’s fine art photography may be seen.

My Photo Books on Exhibit at ACP Photobook Fair

I’m excited to update everyone on the awards and recognitions I’ve received for my most recent body of work “A South Beach Experience” which is featured in my latest book “as i see it…” A South Beach Experience debuted with a solo exhibit of 20 images at the Emerging Art Scene Gallery in Atlanta followed […]

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Just Published: “as i see it…”

I see the world as a beautiful place! My new book, “as i see it…”, presents highlights from numerous bodies of work as a thoughtfully organized pictorial. Each collection is narrated with my personal story to share the inspiration behind the creation of the images. Collections include HDR photography from South Beach (Miami), travel photography, […]

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The Gift

As a photographer, you can go out looking for something to shoot and come home disappointed and even frustrated by all your efforts when there seems to be nothing of interest out there. But every now and then you receive a gift, it is something you didn’t expect but it catches your eye and it […]

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“Trail Textures” published in book from Popular Photography

This image was selected from thousands of winners of the monthly Popular Photography “Your Best Shot” winners for publication in the soon to be released book from Weldon Owen publishing. FROM THE PUBLISHER To maintain the initial intentions and integrity of the magazine, a team of publishing experts sifted through several thousand submissions provided to […]

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Lock and Key

This editorial symbolically speaks to our tendency to keep emotions under lock and key; especially when they deviate from societal norms. Low key, film noir lighting was used to set the mood. Models: Brook Bassett, Zoe Harris, Luigi Makeup: Zoe Harris Hair: Mario Yildiz Date: April 7, 2011 Location: Tabernacle Theater, Atlanta, GA Photography, lighting […]

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St Augustine, FL

St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European-established city in the continental United States. In 1513 the area around St Augustine was discovered and explored by Ponce de Leon who claimed the region for Spain. In 1565 the city was founded by Pedro Menéndez de Avilés,

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More Miami HDR Photos

Photos from the Miami Beach processed with HDR effects. 1. Panorama of Miami Beach around 40th St (view in full screen mode) 2. CJ’s Crab Shack at 6th St on Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

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Miami Architecture

Best viewed in full screen mode [FS] Architectural photography taken on 5th St in Miami Beach. Skyline of Miami from 5th St bridge (I-395). View my fine art gallery of Miami Beach Architecture photography.

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Sunrise at Deering Estate – Miami

Photos made at the Charles Deering Estate in Palmetto Bay, FL (south of Miami).

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