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Lee Jester Mount Tam #2

Lee Jester Photograph The City and the Sea

About Lee Jester:

When I was 13 my father bought a 35mm camera and I immediately became the
family photographer. Photography has always been my primary artistic
outlet. Today I enjoy capturing the mood and feeling of the marvelous
places I have had the privilege to visit.

I hope that my images will bring the viewer closer to the natural world and
help them appreciate the amazing glory of creation. I have never found
anything more satisfying to the soul than a walk in the woods.

Primarily a landscape photographer my work is heavily influenced by the
early 20th century California landscape painters and photographers including
Arthur and Lucia Mathews, Arthur Wesley Dow, Maynard Dixon, Ansel Adams and
Edward Weston.

All of the photographs are printed with a Canon Pixma Pro9500 digital inkjet
printer with LUCIA PGI-9 Pigment inks. The specially formulated LUCIA PGI-9
Pigment inks produce professional quality photo prints with superior

The paper is Canon fine art "Museum Etching", Hahnemuhle William Turner
310g/m2. This superb, heavyweight fine art paper has a warm, natural white
textured surface finish producing gorgeous, saturated colors and deep
blacks. It is a natural white mould-made paper with 100% rag content makingit highly archival."

You can find more of Lee's photography here.