has been taking photographs, primarily as a hobby, for over 40 years. He
has now begun sharing his photographs with others, through Paul's Perspectives , his photography company.
Paul specializes in photography of nature subjects such as birds, butterflies and scenery, but also photographs interesting buildings and other man-made objects. The photographs have been taken where Paul has lived or vacationed. Some of his favorite pictures come from visitors to his backyard bird feeders. He has also taken photographs in a number of more exotic locations, e.g., Australia, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Israel and Korea as well as numerous parts of the U.S..
He and his wife have recently purchased a home in Aptos, CA. He is eagerly photographing the birds, butterflies and amazing scenery of the Central California Coast.
Although new to the central California area, Paul has a successful photography business in New Jersey, including a multi-year exhibit at the National Audubon Society – Cape May Bird Observatory gallery in Goshen, NJ, near a previously owned vacation home. He has also exhibited and sold his pictures through birding stores, framing stores and small galleries. His picture of a soaring Bald Eagle, one of a pair that nested in the Princeton, NJ area was published on the front page of the Princeton Packet newspaper.
A long-time user of 35mm film cameras, Paul now takes all of his pictures with digital cameras. His catalog represents both his film-based pictures, which were scanned into high-resolution digital format and his fully digital photography. Photographs have been minimally processed with Photoshop to adjust exposures and to resize. They are reproduced as prints with a specialized printer using pigment-based inks and high quality papers that produce digital prints with approximate 100-year lifetimes.
All of the artwork shown in this
gallery is copyrighted by Paul Hashfield.
All rights reserved. Do not duplicate or use without written permission.
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