Outdoor Photography Association of
Michigan - www.opam.com.North American Nature Photography
Association - www.nanpa.org.
This website features the
nature photography of Walt Fechner, a member of NANPA and OPAM.
Walt began outdoor photography in 1996. Whether you are a nature lover, photographer or
just looking for an interesting diversion, check out the
photo galleries. They are stocked with over 1000 of
Walt's most colorful and crisp images. You may not like everything, but they
should provide an enjoyable diversion. All screensavers are now
free! For inkjet print inquiries, see the prints page. Technical articles can be found via the
"Techtips" link. Please also visit the website of
the Outdoor Photography Association of Michigan.
Latest News High resolution digital images are
available immediately for your personal or small run publication commercial
projects (less than 500 copies). Fee is $50 US for A3 size and below. There are NO attached conditions.
Simply select your gallery image, email me at
email@example.com and I will get back to you
within 48 hours. Images from 2007
are in the Recent Work (2007)
gallery and the Winter 1
gallery. Images from 2005-2006 are in the
Recent Work (2005)/2006 galleries.
2006 images from Michigan's Upper Peninsula include some great stormy scenes, sunsets and
fall color. Winter images are mostly from Michigan, including Aurora Borealis
and ice storms. The 2007 gallery features macro and fine art images.
The full size display images in the photo galleries are now downloadable.
Use the search feature in the photo galleries or on the
prints page to find specific subjects. Individual subjects
may appear in a number of different galleries.
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No post-shutter manipulation was performed on the images on this website,
except for tonal variations (contrast, brightness, intensity, hue) and cropping. The photographs depict the forms and shapes that the
camera recorded. No one moved, added, deleted or otherwise altered the forms
and shapes, unless the image is explicitly identified as digitally enhanced.