Photography by Todd Tanner
April 2 through 28
Visitors to the Camillus Community Connection Facebook Group can see photographer Todd Tanner’s spectacular landscapes and other nature shots almost daily. Self taught since he was given a Canon Powershot camera eight or so years back, Tanner captures the depth, detail, and light present in our beautiful Central New York fields, lakes, and villages.
As lovely as his work is when viewed on a cell phone screen, it can be better appreciated in Maxwell Library’s exhibit during the month of April. In addition to installing larger wall prints of several photos, the library has worked with Todd and his wife Kathy to create a slideshow to play on our 75-inch screen in Maxwell’s Community Room. More than 40 selections cycle in a roughly 10-minute loop.
The show is open to the public any time there isn’t another event scheduled in the community room. Information on purchasing prints and other products directly from Tanner is also available at the exhibit.
See Kevin Rivoli’s video interview with Todd, “Chasing Light“. Used by permission from Kevin Rivoli, The Citizen.
The Puddle and Its Reflection
(JPG, Todd Tanner)