Neil Saltzman is a lifelong photographer who has traveled the globe in search of interesting subject matter. His travels have included such remote places such as Papua New Guinea, Borneo, the South Sandwich Islands, and Greenland, and such accessible locations as most European Countries, the Southwest and New England. The work exhibited here consists of "fine art" with subjects ranging from landscape, portraiture, and abstracts and "wildlife" with emphasis on an extensive bird portfolio.

Over the years Neil has made presentations on behalf of the National Park Service, Audubon Groups, and various photography and private clubs. His subjects have included the Sub Atlantic Islands, Ecuador, Burma, African Safaris, and Papua New Guinea. His hand printed photographs are displayed in private collections.

Neil's photography started when he was 13 years old when he purchased a Ciro-flex Twins lens camera (now very much an antique) and continued into the SLR film era and presently DSLRs. Neil has used Nikon equipment since the 1970's. He has studied at the International Center of Photography in New York and the Ansel Adams Workshops in Yosemite National Park

Virtually every image has been computer edited. However, editing has been generally limited to correcting exposure, contrast and color. In instances where there has been computer manipulation the result is obvious and not intended to deceive. Neil believes this is important in an era when work is offered "as natural" which has been grossly engineered.

All images on this site are suitable for high quality prints in various sizes up to six feet wide. Recently, several mural size prints have been made on metallic material with spectacular results. Use the contact page for information regarding prints or purchase of image.