Chuck Davis Click on image to see a different view. Featuring the outstanding images that have been shared with Rfotofolio. Today we share Sleeping Sharks by Chuck Davis To learn more please visit his page by clicking on his name.
“When I photograph, what I’m really doing is seeking answers to things.” Wynn Bullock Read More
Some of the photographers whose work and workspaces we have shared in 2020. They inspire us in this year of challenges. Everyday is a gift Part 1
Please enjoy todays escape as Chuck Davis takes us below the surface. View on a large screen if possible. A large oceanic wave crashes on top of a volcanic reefscape creating clouldlike wave turbulence as a King Angelfish feeds below, at Isla Las Animas, Sea of Cortez, Baja, Mexico.
“Your job is to draw a line from your art to your life that is straight and clear.” David Bayles Read More
Rfotofolio is pleased to share news that photographer and cinematographer Chuck Davis is the 2017 recipient of the NOGI award for Arts. We have been honored to share Chuck’s work and his friendship. From the Academy of Underwater Arts and Science: From Arctic Alaska and Greenland, to Antarctica and the Amazon, Chuck Davis has worked for nearly four decades… Read More
Thank you to the photographers, publishers,and supporters that have filled the last three years with beauty and creativity. On Sunday, June 28th we will announce the first recipient of the Rfotofolio Grant. You have inspired us. To learn more about these photographers please click on their names. Wynn Bullock Tami Bone Jack Wasserbach Ellen Jantzen Jeri Eisenberg… Read More
Chuck Davis shares the history of his darkroom sink with Rfotofolio. Read More
Thank you to all the photographers that made 2014 such a memorable year. And to all the people that love and support the art form. Part l Part ll Part lll The Photographers Agnes Courrault Jack Spencer Camille Seaman Michael Jentzen Joel Salcido Ellen Jantzen Jack Wasserbach Edna Bullock Chuck Davis Wynn Bullock Diana Bloomfield… Read More
“The happiness of the bee and the dolphin is to exist. For man it is to know that and to wonder at it.” Jacques Cousteau