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Bio


MICHAEL HUDSON

landscape photography artist

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Bio


MICHAEL HUDSON

landscape photography artist

 

Michael Hudson has been an award winning commercial and fine art photographer for over twenty-five years. He has been traveling to Maine every year since 2006 to photograph Acadia National Park. In 2014 he published his first ebook, "The Photographer's Guide to Acadia," (recently updated in May 2017) to help photographers find some of the best places to photograph in the Park. His coffee table photography book, Under October Skies/ Autumn in Acadia was published in November 2015. Posters of his photography are sold in the Acadia Visitor Center at the Park and his fine art and travel photos have appeared in magazines like COLOR (a magazine for collectors of fine art photography), National Geographic Traveler, Conde Nast TravelerWashingtonian, f/11, Opal Magazine and Bangor Metro, among many others.
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In 2017, Mike won the Best of Show award at the Bar Harbor (Maine) Art in the Park festival for the second year running and in April 2017, he won the top prize in the International Garden Photographer of the Year Black and White competition.

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"The great thing about Acadia is that it's one of the most diverse of all the national parks; it has everything- mountains, beaches, ocean coastline, woods, lakes, streams– all within a few minutes’ drive or hike. And the weather always varies- misty, bright, rainy and clear- meaning there’s a great variety in the look of the landscape. I’ve been to dozens of national parks around the United States, but none match up to the diversity and compact size of Acadia.

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"In my photography, I’m always trying to look beyond the postcard views. I'm not trying to just  photograph a record of a location; I'm always striving to create an artistic image that reveals something of the character and atmosphere of the place– its essence or spirit. I’m always amazed at how many visitors to the park will drive up, leave their car running, snap a picture or two, then drive off again to the next spot. I prefer to linger a while, wait for good light, and get a sense of the place before I even get my camera out.

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"I'm available for commissions and assignments. Please call or email for details. I'm represented by Artemis Gallery in Northeast Harbor, Maine"

 
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It gives me a lot of pleasure to know someone likes one of my images enough to hang it on their wall. If I can help you find that special image of Acadia for your wall, please let me know.

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About 2


It gives me a lot of pleasure to know someone likes one of my images enough to hang it on their wall. If I can help you find that special image of Acadia for your wall, please let me know.

Contact Me