Bob Kolbrener’s pursuit of fine art photography took a major leap forward in 1968. After being an amateur photographer for five years, Bob wandered into Best Studio, which is now the Ansel Adams Gallery of Yosemite National Park and there in all their glory were six epic sized Ansel Adams photographs brimming with imagery. The following spring Bob found himself once again in Yosemite, however this time as a student of the Ansel Adams Spring Workshop. During the following eight years, Bob attended Ansel’s workshops in Yosemite, as well as the workshops hosted at Ansel’s home in the Carmel Highlands. In 1977, along with Yousuf Karsh, Bob was invited to be an instructor for Ansel’s Yosemite Workshop.
Over thirty years ago Bob made a commitment to continue the tradition of “straight” Photography. All of his photographs are made in the American West and are processed and printed by Bob the “old fashioned way.” The Yosemite experience continues to be the cornerstone for all of Bob’s western excursions. The inherent qualities of space, scale and quietude of the Great American West are all amplified in this most special place, Yosemite National Park.
Bob and his wife Sharon currently reside in the Carmel Highlands, where Bob continues to pursue Fine Art Photography on a full-time basis.
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