Michael's Phlog

(Photography Blog)

Seeing The World Through Michael's Eyes

Sony A7r with 70-200mm f/4. 1/3200 @ f/5/6 @ ISO 100

What is it like to see the world though someone else's eyes... through the filter of their experiences, talents and unique perspective?

With this blog (or phlog as I call it) I provide a real-time photographic diary of my photography, as I shoot it. Every week or so as I travel and do my landscape as well as documentary shooting, I will feature a new image and also a discussion – technical, aesthetic and situational – about the making of each images. 

Click on one of the thumbnails below to view

an essay by Michael on that image's creation.



 Peeling Reality Young Girl and Book   Simplicity    Clean Sweep   Andromeda
 Over The Hill Blue Motel The Woman Who Wasn't There  Sun Road  Scuttering Clouds 

Hidden Barn


Hill Top Storm


Full Moon Mist


Approaching Storm

Sky Light Circles

Summer Memories



These images and their articles can be discussed on the 
Michael's Phlog discussion Board on the LuLa Forum.

My new 400 page large format book, A Michael Reichmann – A Twenty Year Retrospective provides an opportunity to see the world through my eye, as I saw it during the past two decades spent shooting on seven continents.

This book is available as a gift to anyone making a donation to The Endowment.

Bookmark this page and visit it regularly. There will be new content regularly. In the meantime, consider making a donation to The Endowment and you will receive my new book as a free reward for your generosity.  

And, if you require funding for a special photographic project, look at our available grants and consider applying for one of them.