Jonathan Steele Photography

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Jonathan Steele captures some of New England’s most beautiful landscape photography. In his travels he has covered locations throughout New England. These locations include the Connecticut Coast line, Acadia National Park, The White Mountains of New Hampshire and other locations. Whether it is by hiking, climbing or kayaking he is always in search of new images. He likes to find images from perspectives that most people will never personally see, or may never just take the time to stop and notice.

Jonathan is an award winning photographer who has studied with The New York Institute of Photography as well with some of the world’s top photographers. Photographers he has studied with have shot or written for The National Geographic Society, Audobon, The Sierra Club, National Parks, Outdoor Photographer, Popular Photography and other nationally and internationally recognized publications. Jonathan has had his work publish by Outdoor Photographer Magazine and Landscape Photography Magazine in their online editions.

Jonathan at times offers workshops in areas such as Acadia National Park, The mountains of Colorado in autumn, the area around Moab, Utah including Canyonland National Park and Arches National Park as well as the Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park areas. He also offers custom/private workshops. If you are interested in working with Jonathan to create a unique photographic experience please contact him at the link below. Looking to photograph a new area but are hesitant to go alone? Jonathan can research the area and create a private workshop to fit your needs!

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