Heather Hummel Photographer
Heather Hummel Photography Spreads Pixel Dust on Land and Seascapes. Heather Hummel Photography Spreads Pixel Dust on Land and Seascapes. Her photography has been on exhibit in places such as:
* Palladio Museum in Vicenza, Italy “Jefferson and Palladio: Constructing a New World” - aerial image of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello
* Idaho State Historical Museum, Boise, Idaho
* Agora Gallery, Chelsea District of New York City
* C'ville Coffee, Charlottesville, Virginia
* Valley View Hospital, Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Additionally, Heather's photos have appeared on the covers over Point Lobos and Cultivate magazines as well as licensed through Richard Lewis Media Group and ImageBrief. Heather has captured the images of celebrities and public figures that include: Deepak Chopra, Arianna Huffington, Ray Romano, Huey Lewis, Kenny G, and more. She was also a featured blogger on the Huffington Post for several years. www.HeatherHummelPhotography.com
Real Estate and Architect Requests:
My rate for a real estate shoot is based on the total number of final images, and are as follows: $95 for 1 and 2 bedrooms, $125 for 3 and 4 bedrooms,. Contact me for pricing for exceptional properties and estates. For round-trip mileage exceeding 30 miles (from Midlothian, add an additional fee of $0.55 per mile.
Please contact me at 434-326-8373 to discuss your real estate photography needs or use the contact form below.
In today's world of social media and technology, I think it's important for people to take time out and appreciate the land and seas that the new, green world is trying to save. It's one thing to recycle and do your daily bit for the environment- it's another to get out and actually enjoy the elements we're working so hard to preserve. It's my hope that my images inspire people to do this.
As a photographer, my interest in land and seascape has always been much stronger than any other source of inspiration. I’m constantly in search of new scenes to spread ‘pixel dust’ on. No matter the season or the setting, Mother Nature continues to inspire me to seek the next photo opportunity. Having driven cross-country eight times, I'm fascinated by wide open spaces and how light, or the lack of light, impacts the scene before me. Everywhere I go, I analyze light.
Agora Gallery's Press Release (5/13-12/14):
Heather Hummel’s astoundingly vivid landscape photography luxuriates in both great distances and intimate touches. In bringing a wide perspective to a variety of environments, Hummel manages to make even the most familiar scenes seem more encompassing, more complete, as if the entire story were finally being told. Her image of an old wooden schoolhouse includes the long, meandering countryside behind it, where the distant farm, rolling scrubland, and dramatic sky suggest social and economic contexts for the viewer. Her photo of a dirt path stretches out for miles to reach, finally, snow-capped mountains and seemingly the ends of the earth. All parts are rendered in slightly unreal sharpness and brilliant colors, as if Hummel has trained a laser focus on every single piece of the photo at once. The overall effect is both familiar and unexpected — a story with a twist. Hummel was born in Connecticut and today works in Charlottesville, Virginia. While photography is her passion, she is also an award-winning writer and describes her occupation as a “photonovelist.”
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