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Alaskan Photographer Greg DanielsGreg Daniels

Greg Daniels is an award-winning photographer and operates Lure of Alaska Images, a Kenai-based commercial business specializing in outdoor & scenic photography. He frequently does photography workshops and shows in the local area and is a founding member of the Kenai Peninsula Photographers Guild.



Photography Bill Heath - williamheath.comBill Heath

William Heath has photo credits in both state and international publications. Much of his recent work has focused on the Kenai River watershed from the canneries at the mouth of the river up the small tributaries feeding into Kenai Lake. He is also known locally for his fine art nature photography, in which he composes collage images in the digital darkroom. He was selected as the volunteer of the year in 2002 for the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center for his tireless assistance in support of the center’s temporary exhibits program.




John Tobin

Photographer - John Tobin tobinphoto.comJohn Tobin is an award-winning photographer who invests countless hours a field in pursuit of unique images and experiences. His Kenai-based business, John Tobin Photography, grew out of his fascination with nature on film and ultimately lured him away from a career as a wildlife biologist.



John Toppenberg

Photographer - John Tobin ToppenburgJohn retired from law enforcement in Colorado in 1996. He moved to Alaska to reinvent himself as a wildlife photographer. John Toppenberg has many tourism photo credits to his name and his business, Reflections Alaska Photography, caters to guiding clients on photography tours of Southcentral and occasionally Southeast Alaska. He is renowned for his specialty, loon photography, and lives on Loon Lake in Soldotna with his wife Peggy and three Golden Retrievers. John is currently the new director of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance.


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