Cameron Wood Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Cameron Wood based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Cameron Wood
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Zebra Finch by Cameron Wood
Steamin' Johnny by Cameron Wood
Flowers and Fractals by Cameron Wood
Fractal Frets by Cameron Wood
False Creek Reflections by Cameron Wood
Autumn Falls II by Cameron Wood
The Whistler by Cameron Wood
The Enchanted Jungle by Cameron Wood
Sea Salt by Cameron Wood
Fire Eater by Cameron Wood
Seawall Serenity by Cameron Wood
Garden Light by Cameron Wood
Light at the Lotus Pond by Cameron Wood
Birder Beneath the Willows by Cameron Wood
Autumn Rose by Cameron Wood
Paddling Under a Winter Sky by Cameron Wood
Buddha at the Temple by Cameron Wood
Seawall Cyclist I by Cameron Wood
Pretty in Red by Cameron Wood
Rust and Rope by Cameron Wood
Temple Flowers by Cameron Wood
Jungle George by Cameron Wood
Weary in Quito by Cameron Wood
Cirrus Sunset by Cameron Wood
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About Cameron Wood
My interest in photography began in teenage-hood (a very long time ago) with the purchase of a Yashica Lynx 5000E. This was a 35mm rangefinder, which I soon outgrew for a Minolta SRT-101, and then bought a few Minolta models throughout the years. Somewhere along the way, I also purchased a Topcon, a workhorse of a 35mm film camera. Many years later down the road, I bought my first digital camera, and was quite frankly, underwhelmed, and it took me several more years to make the transition to a digital format.
I believe it was in 2005, I purchased Sony's Alpha 100, and was pleasantly pleased until I once again outgrew this model, and made the move to Sony's a77. This is a very good DSLR, albeit somewhat hefty with the dual battery pack, but is certainly a pleasure to have in my hands. Quite recently, I added another very good supplementary camera to my gear, the RX10 MKII. It by no means replaces my a77, but fills the gap with onboard 4K video, and ultra-high frame rate for slow motion video from 240fps to 960fps!
Stored away for a video some time in the future is my Canon XL-1, a state of the art camera, in its day. Also, supplementing the still photography side, are a handful of Sigma lenses: 10-20mm zoom, 100-300mm zoom , and a 150-500mm zoom.
Upon retirement in 2013, I decided to follow my cameras full time and leave the field of higher education. With an academic background in educational technology (M.Ed.), I continue to pursue interests in augmented reality applications, and now have transitioned to Fine Art America in order to further add to sales that I have attained on 500px and also The Narrative Lens.