Tony Hertz
Tony Hertz photographer Fine art prints of Tony Hertz's work have been exhibited with Yosemite Renaissance; Photokina; Espace Dupon, Paris, France; Bratislava, Slovakia; Worldwide Art Los Angeles; von Liebig Art Center, Naples, Fl; Carnegie Arts Center; Liverpool One Gallery and Somerset House, London, UK; San Diego Natural History Museum; East End Arts' National Show, Long Island, NY and the Farmani Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.

He's been recognized with top awards for his landscape photographs in the Sony World Photography Awards, International Photography Awards, PX3 (France), Camera USA, Black and White Spider and many more. His work has been published widely, including Outdoor Photographer Magazine, Photographer’s Forum, Silvershotz and Black and White Magazines. Tony has over 35 years of professional photography experience with 10 years of it as a daily newspaper photographer. He's photographed U.S. Presidents, the Queen of England, Pope Paul, celebrities, musicians, famous sports figures and covered major news and community events.

While working as a photojournalist it helped refine his compositional instincts. Then he turned to focus mainly on landscape and nature subjects for personal and fine art photography work. Major magazines and newspapers his general photography work has been published in: Time Magazine, Los Angeles Times, New York Times Magazine, USA Today, National Geographic WORLD, Sunset Magazine, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle and the Christian Science Monitor. He's also worked with major industrial and advertising clients ranging from the Cotton Board and Zenith Watches.

Tony divides his time shooting in the field, editing images and working as an adjunct photography instructor teaching traditional film photography and digital photography in the Cuesta College Fine Arts Department in San Luis Obispo, CA.

annual prestigious photography contest

Submit your best photos for a chance to win over 10 000$ in awards
submit your entry here
photo © louis philippe provost