Background

Greg Anthon is a photographer working in the New York City area. Although originally trained in scientific photography he gravitated to abstract and fine art photography and became part of the 1980's East Village Art scene with a number of solo and group shows. He also turned to experimental film and eventually teaching. Anthon continues to teach photography and technology to public school youngsters, and also has an active clientele in the design trade.

Statement

The painterly quality in these photographs is accomplished using long shutter speeds even in bright sun. The passage of time during the image-taking often seems to reveal a hidden gestalt or a dreamlike landscape.
These effects are achieved entirely in-camera, and none of the work has been enhanced with image-processing software.