Eyes of Nikon

D810 | AF-S NIKKOR 300mm f/4E PF ED VR | ISO 320 | 1/4000 | f/18.0


Peter Sutherlandピーター・サザーランド

Peter Sutherland (b. 1976, Ann Arbor, Michigan) lives and works in NY. His work employs some of the techniques of traditional documentary photography to capture the hidden beauty of ordinary objects and everyday situations. Selected solo exhibitions have been held at Gallery Target, Tokyo (2015); the Still House Group, New York (2015, 2014); Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels (2014); White Cube Gallery, London (2014); Bill Brady KC Gallery, Kansas (2013); and ATM Gallery, New York (2008). Sutherland recently had his first museum show "Forests and Fires" at Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. http://www.petersutherland.com

Photographer's Eye

This was the lens I used the most frequent. I’m not sure why- maybe it was just for the excitant of trying out a lens length I have never owned. I preferred to use this lens, when shooting out in the nature such as the time when I took some bald eagles in Idaho. The lens was the perfect link to photograph wildlife. And I took an experimental shot to try to isolate the barbwire and see almost nothing in the background. In which, I think it worked quite well with this particular lens. I also took an image of the sun shot in the fog. This long lens captures the picturesque image that you can’t just see with a naked eye.

Work of Peter Sutherland