Larry D. White
Larry D. White was born in Berkeley and grew up in the East Bay. Currently, he resides in Murphys, California with his wife Sheila.
Larry's start in photography began about 50 years ago when he bought his first 35mm film camera. Larry really enjoyed black and white photography that was inspired by Ansel Adams and his techniques. He learned to process both film and prints in a home darkroom from many trips to Yosemite and the Sierra Foothills.
Several years ago, Larry retired and wanted to start taking photos again. Rather than pick up where he left off, he wanted to experiment with new equipment and techniques. Larry bought his first digital camera and started processing the images on his computer at home where he processes, prints, and frames all of his work in his studio.
Larry is an award winning photographer, and has been exhibited at many sites in the Bay Area and in Calaveras County. His work is in private collections all over the United States and is currently on display at Art on Main Gallery and the Broll Mountain Vineyards Tasting Room in Murphys, California.