Jeff Richter

Jeff RichterJeff Richter’s journey with film and camera began almost 20 years ago with a walk through Tom Mangelson’s gallery in Jackson, Wyoming, that inspired him to take up the camera and teach himself the art and craft of nature photography. Jeff has had hundreds of images appearing in print since then.
Sierra Club, Audubon, The Nature Conservancy, NorthWord Press, Brown Trout, Willow Creek, Wisconsin Trails Magazine, Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel and LoonWatch are among the publishers and organizations that have used Jeff’s images. In 2001, Jeff won an I.R.M.A. Award from the International Regional Magazine Association for his photo essay on albino deer. In 2002, he placed two finalists in the BBC/British Gas International Photographer of the Year awards.Jeff Richter
Long-time publishers of Wisconsin Trails magazine, Howard and Nancy Mead, have called Jeff the best nature photographer in the state. Wisconsin Public Radio host Larry Mueller has been trumpeting his admiration for Jeff’s images for many years. Nature’s Press was founded by Jeff Richter in 2003. Jeff iis the photographer, author and publisher most recently of Pure Superior: Lake Superior Photographs by Jeff Richter (2009). His 2007 book, White Deer: Ghosts of the Forest, has attracted nation-wide attention after a Wisconsin Public Television InWisconsin segment on the book began to circulate through the internet. Seasons of the North, Jeff’s first book, is in its fifth printing. Jeff works exclusively with film, and remains a stalwart against the credibility erosion brought by computer-aided manipulations of digital photography.

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