/ Member Artist PagesHCP Intsructor Laszlo Perlaky
Laszlo Perlaky is a fine-art nature and wildlife photographer as well as a research scientist. For the first 20 years, he photographed in 35mm black and white, and then transitioned to chrome film, working with it exclusively for the following 15 years. For the previous 5 years, he has worked in both digital color and black and white large-format film. He is member of several national and international photographic organizations, teaches a wide variety of photographic classes at the Houston Center for Photography, and is a photography instructor at the Houston Photography Study Group. He leads monthly Photo-walks at Brazos Bend State Park, conducts his Naturalperl workshops. He has successfully participated and received awards in international and national photography contests, published his images in magazines, books, calendars, and exhibited his work at major art festivals and auctions. His Gallery representation: Karen Vernon, The Gallery at Round Top.
Lenses and Focal Lengths
Light Meters and the Lies They Tell you (with field trip)