About :
 

Renee Wheelock specializes in macro photography; the art of photographing subjects up-close. With over 20 years of professional experience in the ophthalmic lens/coating industry and photography, she currently works for Nikon's Ophthalmic Lenswear Division in US market developing business in the Metro/Upstate New York and Boston areas. Her photography work has been purchased by clients internationally and written about /published in international trade journals. 

“I have made it my life's mission to help people see more clearly. My passion has always been pointed towards combining my professional success and photography, depicting how both relate to one's visual perception. Eyes capture an image in a similar fashion to a camera; the camera, with the talents of a fine art photographer, can freeze an image; that moment in time, good or bad. We all have a different definition or perception of what our eyes see. Fascinating! With our eyes, our visual history and life experiences form our unique, one-of-a kind perception. The eyes are so connected to emotions and as a photographer, I capture an image evoking that emotion to last longer than the nanosecond in time that one experiences it. It is then up to the viewer to interpret and memorize ... via sight. The power of the human eye, our vision, and the camera's eye are all incredible gifts. Our life and vision are both so automatic that in todays, very rushed visual world, we often don't take the time to appreciate the complexities of the beauty around us. I hope to rekindle your sight by showing the details of colors, shadows, and light in many different forms. My photography allows the viewer to savor a nanosecond in time giving the ability to translate these moments into memorable visual gifts."  Renee Wheelock


Renee Wheelock Fine Art Photography:

Photography with a focus on macro imaging capturing the details of life. 

Mission:

Renee Wheelock's mission is to rekindle your sight by showing the details of colors, shadows, and light in many different forms. Her photography and prints allow the viewer/client to savor a nanosecond in time, giving the ability to translate these moments into memorable visual gifts. The eyes.