700 Images

Almost all of my film archives have been scanned so from now on you will see mostly new work added to the site. While most will be digital, I am still using 4×5 film for those situations where the movements only available on a view camera or the unique look of film will benefit the final image. 700 images have been posted so there are a lot to choose from.

The Buttermilks and Mt. Whitney in the Sierra of California.

Enjoy!

Artist in Residence at Death Valley

For thirty days from mid January to mid February 2019 the National Parks Arts Foundation sponsored Tom as Artist in Residence at Death Valley. Operating from a base at Stovepipe Wells Village, Tom was able to explore over 100 miles of the park’s length producing images of the extraordinary natural features and rich human history.

These images are now posted in a new “Death Valley Gallery” along with work from prior visits to the Valley. We hope that you will enjoy and be inspired by this most unususal of places.

Last Chance Range behind an evaporation pool near Ubehebe Crater. Not what most people think of as Death Valley, but very much in keeping with the incredible colors, textures, and shapes.

500 Images

After twenty-one years of shooting medium and large (4×5) format film, Tom is scanning his portfolio and placing it on the internet. New digital images are also being added from the last four years work. The first 500+ images are now available for viewing and purchase. More will follow soon. We hope you enjoy his vision.

Black Falls Crossing of the Little Colorado between Wupatki National Monument >and the Navajo Reservation.

Sales at G2 Gallery

Recently sold two images at the prestigious G2 Gallery in Venice, California. The second one was on the last day of the “Designed Environment” exhibit. Regrettably, this is their last exhibit as the gallery has closed.

The Stagecoach formation at sunset in the north end of Monument Valley.

Just Published in Arizona Highways

Just published – a spread in the October 2015 issue of Arizona Highways Magazine, Autumn in Arizona. Fall color portfolio.

North Rim meadow near Kaibab Lodge, Grand Canyon, AZ. Browsing deer trim trees to uniform bottom.

Also, February 8-14 of the Arizona Highways 2016 Engagement Calendar has another one of my images.

New Gallery

Tom has just returned from the San Juan Basin in northwest New Mexico where he has said “There are more HooDoos than people”. A new gallery named HooDoo & Badlands

Deep in the San Juan Basin resides the King of Wings at a secret location. The 18 foot wing is unique.

Please check back to watch the progress.

200 Images

After seventeen years of shooting medium and large (4×5) format film, Tom is scanning his portfolio and placing it on the internet. The first 200 images are now available for viewing and purchase. More will follow soon. We hope you enjoy his vision.

Wispy clouds over Mobius Arch in the Alabama Hills of the eastern Sierra.

Welcome To Tom Daniel Photo

Welcome to our new site.

I have worked for many years creating an extensive portfolio of compelling landscape images which have been used on calendars and fine art prints sold in select galleries. Now we have a real web presence and a convenient way for you to browse these images either by subject or at random and its affiliates also gives you a variety of ways to buy the images as various print products and digital licensing.

Navajo Arch Reflection after rain.

Thank you for visiting, Tom