Pinhole Photographer Cameron Gillie
Cameron Gillie is a fine art pinhole photographer who came to pinhole photography through a diverse twenty-five year photography career. He started with photojournalism at daily newspapers and that led to a freelance career. As a freelancer Cameron has done everything from wildlife photography to weddings.
His diverse talents and experimental spirit eventually lead him to becoming a pinhole photographer. Today this pinhole photography has been exhibited in galleries around Wisconsin and in some of the best art festivals in the country. You can meet Cameron at art fairs around Wisconsin and the Midwest showing his pinhole photographs and a variety of other work.
Fine Art Nature Photography
As a staff photographer at the Naples Daily News for six years, Cameron’s favorite subject matter was the Florida Everglades. After leaving the paper to freelance, he built upon that love of the Everglades and began participating in art art fairs with fine art nature photography. Cameron continued to photograph the the Florida Everglades with a documentary approach to fine art nature photography.
Digital Photography Workshops
I offer a digital Door County photography workshop with my fellow Wisconsin nature photographer Mike Murray of North Sand Photography. Having two photographers leading the workshops allow Mike and I the opportunity to give students more one-on-one attention. Mike and I have distinct styles of photography, giving students two unique perspectives on ways to expand their creative photography. Each workshop is a mix of location photography and in-depth photo reviews back at the hotel. The photo reviews are a great way to share photographs and have stimulating group discussions on everyone’s unique vision, making for a motivational and educational experience. Go to my Door County workshop page to learn more about this great Wisconsin photography workshop.