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Graham Gilmore PhotographyWelcome to the photography website of Graham Gilmore. Born in the UK, I now reside in Los Angeles, California. Photography has been a creative outlet in my life for a long long time, I’ve been clicking the shutter ever since my father’s Praktica SLR fell into my hands almost thirty years ago. Even as a young boy in England, pushing my creative abilities and imagination as far as possible has always been a very personal and rewarding pursuit. While many traditionalists still value the authenticity of film spools and darkroom developing, I have fully embraced the rapid advancement of digital image capture and editing. These technologies have helped me to fully realize my creative visions and test the boundaries of photography as art.

I specialize in high concept techniques such as High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Long Exposure. Often I am drawn to some of the most eerie places around the world to capture interesting images. This fascination has taken me from the long-forgotten shores of the Salton Sea in California to the stunning beauty of Easter Island and its monolithic statues in the South Pacific. I have also explored the post apocalyptic and radioactive Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in Ukraine.

All of my images are available for licensing and have been recently featured on TV, I am also available for exhibits and have recently shown in West Hollywood and Venice, California. My work spans a broad spectrum of styles from detailed and eye-catching long exposure shots to more subtle black-and-whites which fully capture the ghostly beauty not usually seen in abandoned, derelict areas. Should you see something that speaks to you or If you have any questions or special orders please do not hesitate to contact me via email, or you may use the contact form in the links above –  Graham Gilmore 

Currently shooting with – Canon 5DmkIII | 16-35mm f2.8L II | 24-105mm f4L |  24-70mm f2.8L II | 70-200mm f2.8L | 100mm f2L Macro | Leica M9 ~ 35mm & 50mm Summicron ASPH | Holga 120s | Hoya/LEE/Singh-Ray Filters | Manfrotto Mono and Tripods