Rochester, New York and the surrounding area have many photogenic
locations--most appropriate, given Rochester's longstanding history with photography. I am pleased that you have stopped by to check out my
selection of images from Rochester and the surrounding Finger Lakes Region and
Western New York. You will find unique images having considerable variety,
including a large selection of panoramic images.
When you browse the images, I hope you find ones that you would
like to own. All of the images are available as photographic prints, including
large sizes having exceptional quality. My photographs are printed on
media that is designed for long-term
image permanance. They can be presented with traditional matte and frame,
face-mounted to akrylic, of with AluminArte, a very high quality metal print. I enhance the photographic files when printed with digital image optimization
for quality, sharpness, and color. I have numerous photographs in stock, others will
need to be printed per your order. Professional framing with archival materials
is also available. See the
gallery and for details of available sizes.
Consider that my photographs will add a photogenic regional character to the
decor of your home. Large photographs will also be attractive for your business
decor, especially if you are located in the area and want to add an impressive local presence
to the office. If
you can use an image on your website or publication, they are also available for
a fee. If you have a great idea for a photograph, I would be pleased to work
with your commission.
Rochester Photo Books. In recent
years I have published books with local Rochester photographs, a bit of a
"best of series". The current book published September 2019 is titled
Around Rochester. The 88 page book is available for
purchase at Image City Photography Gallery, priced at $20, tax included. Or
you can contact me and I will mail a copy, please add $6 for postage and
Rochester Photos PhotoCards. The photographs were taken over
the last few years and I designed the PhotoCards with five themes in mind:
sunsets, riverfront, Mount Hope Cemetery, winter, and George Eastman. In addition to a brief representation of my photographic portfolio,
I am hoping that there will be interest in the PhotoCards for those who have
interest in Rochester scenes; perhaps they might become collectible items. More
details are at the following the
Rochester Photos PhotoCards
In early 2006 I was fortunate to be asked to join the Image City Photography
Gallery as a partner. A very dedicated group launched the gallery in Fall
2005 and since its opening more than 190 shows
have been exhibited with more than 800 photographers. I am
currently showing a selection of my photographs and to change the
photographs that I exhibit for each show, every four weeks. If you would like to
see the quality of my photographs first hand, visit the gallery. You will also
be very impressed by the caliber of the photographs on display by the member
and guest photographers. Check out all of the details of the gallery at
All Images and Content Copyright 2005-2019 Sheridan Vincent, All
ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
My entire work experience has been involved in photography. In high school I was fortunate to get a
delivery-boy job at a photofinishing plant in Fargo, North Dakota.
Eventually, I worked at most of the jobs in the plant and was able to work my way through college producing people's pictures.
After I got my BS and MS degrees in chemistry at Moorhead State University and the University of Minnesota, I had one dream -- to work for Eastman Kodak Company.
I was fortunate to have that dream fulfilled in 1974 when I was hired into the Photographic Technology Division. For the next 31 years, I worked with fabulous teams on the design and the development
of the processing chemicals for photographic papers and films. I retired June 2005 as the Technical Director-PhotoProcessing Chemicals. During my years at Kodak, I
and participated in activities that yielded very significant improvements in the products that greatly improved the image quality of photographs.
With that strong technical background I am now working to further develop my
photography passion to produce fine art photographs. Current photographic
capabilities allow us to produce astounding photographs. It is a very exciting
time participating in the evolution where digital capture and digital printing
produces such new capabilities--notably panoramic photographs. I produce my
prints with digital capture, custom image enhancement with Photoshop, and
digital printing onto long-lasting print media. I enjoy working with new
materials and options for display.
I am also very fortunate to have a couple of very supportive friends. Their combination of masterful technical solutions in image processing (you will notice a very realistic and exceptional sharpness in my photographs),
and their offering of challenging ideas, and friendly critique and support are most appreciated. Thanks John and Mike.
My goal is to strive to produce photographs that will interest you with their composition, impress you with their image quality, and be even better tomorrow with what I have learned today.