West Monroe, United States

Sharply attuned to the interface of land and water, Keith Skinner uses his photographic fine art to explore the many facets of those environments, encouraging the viewer to appreciate it with different eyes than before.
He has been compelled to look closer at his subjects, discovering unimaginable colors, patterns hues and textures that are invisible from a distance.

“I am stimulated to work with the nude body, because of the infinite combination’s of lines which are present with every move…” ~ Edward Weston

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs.
When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silent.” ~Ansel Adams

“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” ~ Aristotle

I use a variety of camera equipment including but not limited to:
(2) Nikon D1X DSLR (both with buffer upgrades)
(1) Nikon D2Xs DSLR
(1) Nikon F601 35mm SLR
(1) Nikon SB-800
(2) Nikon SB-600

An army of Nikon Nikkor Lens which all interchange between my DSLR’s and my Nikon 35mm.

  • 8 X 10 Explorer by R. H. Phillips
    (1) 4 X 5 Tachihara
    (1) Nimslo 3D 35mm
    (1) Nimslo 3D 35mm customized by machining the inside fins out.* This allows me a 3 frame panoramic shot with one snap of the shutter.

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  • Joined: July 2008



I have not shared this news with many here, but have decided to explain the certain absents in the next few weeks as I have surgery and recover from same. I am not asking for sympathy only prayer and positive thoughts to support me in my quest to beat this. / Last October I had a nasty case of pneumonia and was required to stay in the hospital for about 11 days, during this time I was also told I…
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