About Keith Holland
I got into digital photography in 2003. I started out photographing landscapes, wildlife, and macro on my adventures throughout North America, Fiji, and Australia, but eventually I found that pets make adorable models. Obviously, they also come with their own set of challenges. For instance, I cannot tell a dog how to pose and telling a cat to do anything is usually about as effective as talking to a rock! Nevertheless, I find pet photography to be a fun and rewarding challenge.
Like most pet parents, I consider my pets to be my family and their photos deserve a place in my home just like the photos of my human family. Sadly, their lives are much shorter than ours and I consider it an honor to help pet parents preserve the memories of their beloved furry babies.
Early in 2019, I began experimenting with architectural photography and found it to be a fun challenge. I especially enjoy exterior twilight photos, which share many technical similarities to landscape photography. There's something really rewarding about capturing a photograph of a building when the light is perfect and the warm interior lights balance with the cool ambient light at "blue hour."
In February 2020, I decided to add equine photography to my repertoire. While in many respects, photographing a horse is just like photographing a dog, there are also a lot of differences in terms of lens selection, location, and the animal's behavior, among other things.
If you would like more information, please give me a call at 207-358-4448 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you!