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Kalman, David


15 1/2 x 19 inches (unframed)



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For more than 30 years, David Kalman has pursued his passion for creative landscape photography, dramatically capturing the timeless beauty of the world around us. A single flower, a canal in Venice, Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies, and the lush greenery of Connecticut are just part of his expansive portfolio and stand testament to the depth of his avocation. Through the years, Mr. Kalman has experimented with different formats in order to achieve brilliant clarity and exacting detail. After starting with an inexpensive single lens reflex camera in 1988, Mr. Kalman graduated to medium format in 1989, then to a 4x5 format, and most recently to the cutting-edge 11-megapixel digital format. The burst of rich color and sharp detail in his photography rival images produced by large-format 4x5 landscape cameras. To further refine his technique, Mr. Kalman has participated in numerous photography workshops worldwide organized by Joe Englander of Englander Photography. Mr. Englander received his training from the legendary Ansel Adams. In addition to workshops resulting in several series from national parks, Santa Fe, and Taos, David has also produced dramatic series of Texas wildflowers and the redwoods of northern California. His international workshops produced series on Alaska, Italy, Ireland, Portugal and Norway. His photography of Norway, Italy, Colorado and Maine proved so popular that he self-published three books on those series.





Media Details

Photograph printed by artist on high-quality archival paper

Signature Position

Signed, lower right


David Kalman, 7 Raphael Way, Westport, CT 06880



Kalman, David, “Dinghies,” Westport Public Schools Digital Collections, accessed December 6, 2023,

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This Item dcterms:creator Item: David Kalman
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