Doug Dolde has been photographing the landscape of the American West since 2001. Dolde began with 4×5 inch transparency film, and currently uses a Canon EOS R.
Dolde considers a total workflow from capturing the image to producing and framing the final print as essential in producing a fine art piece of the highest quality possible. He feels that a photograph helps people see things they might not see otherwise.
Dolde is a graduate of Indiana University with a BS in Mathematics who has won several awards at the 29 Palms Gallery, Escondido Art Association, Sedona Arts Center, and San Diego Museum of Natural History.
Dolde regularly shows and sells his work at the, Desert Art Center in Palm Springs, Hi-Desert Cultural Canter in Yucca Valley, and JTAG in Joshua Tree, California. He is also represented by the Sparks Gallery in San Diego.
Photos on this website go back as far as 2001.
- Mamiya RZ67 (film)
- Arca Swiss 4x5 (film)
- Ebony 4x5 (film)
- Contax 645 with Leaf Aptus 75S digital back
- Mamiya DF/XF body with Phase One IQ140 and IQ180 digital backs
- Nikon D850
- Canon EOS R