About Photographer RJ Styles

The above photograph is of an old catholic church I came across during my travel to Northern California. Nearby I found a Large segment of a redwood tree with antique gas pumps. I am a typical American who cares about the earth’s environment. I have always been an animal lover and an avid admirer of the arts. I frequently photograph landscapes, animals, and historical architecture. I always try to shoot images that have a wow factor. Nearly all of my images are composed by hand, and I rarely use a tripod. Some people think that photography is easy, but in reality photography is a life long learning process of trial and error. I have traveled to many countries around the world and immersed myself in their cultures. I respect all peoples way of life and never tried to change their social graces. Countries such has Thailand and Vietnam are some of the most amazing and beautiful countries that I have ever seen. The architecture in Germany, and the temples in the kingdom of Thailand are incredible.

All images on this website are copyrighted and no one has my permission to copy, duplicate or distribute any of these images in any way.

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10 thoughts on “About Photographer RJ Styles”

  1. Love your philosophy that photography is a lifelong process of trial and error. I’ve been dabbling in photography for a while — even took a class — but, alas, I’m still learning and have much to go. I admire your photos for their clarity and perspective. Thanks for following Oh, the Places We See. And best wishes to you for more great shots!

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