Philip Hyde<br />Steamboat Rock, Colorado<br />
Famous Philip Hyde<br /><ul><li>Philip Hyde is famous for his fantabulous landscapes!</li></li></ul><li>Philip Hyde- An Important Person!<br />He was Important!<br /><ul><li>Everyone called Hyde the “underappreciated landscape artist”
He was the photographer for the book Time and the River Flowing: The Grand Canyon.
Other of his photos showed up in other campaigns.</li></li></ul><li>Quote by Hyde:<br />“For every place there will always be people that want to exploit it, and there will always be people—hopefully—that want to save it and keep it as it is. Even with the risk of inviting the crowds into paradise, better to publish your photographs and rally the troops. What’s in the frame of the photograph matters artistically, to be sure, but what’s outside the frame can destroy it.”<br />
Important Picts!<br />Mt. McKinley and Mt. Denali, Reflection Pond, Denali National Park, Alaska.<br />I love the reflection captured in this photo and the mountain is so pretty.<br />Cathedral In The Desert (Horizontal), Glen Canyon, Utah.<br />I like the lighting in this one.<br />
Important Picts Cont.<br />Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, Idaho. Photo by Philip Hyde.<br />I love the colours he captured in this photo.<br />
Student of Ansel Adams at California School of Fine Arts.</li></li></ul><li>Life Cont’d<br /><ul><li>Primary photographer for Sierra Club.
Primary photographer for Time and the River Flowing: Grand Canyon
Began photographing landscapes in colour in 1970s.</li></li></ul><li>Life Cont’d… Again!<br />Spent last 6 years of life going blind.<br />Died of a stroke in Reno, Nevada on March 30, 2006 )’:<br />
Examples!!! :D<br />Marble Gorge, Grand Canyon National Park, 1964, by Philip Hyde. From Navajo Wildlands, Sierra Club Books. Two miles from proposed Marble Canyon Dam site.<br />Mitchell Butte from Mitchell Mesa, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Utah-Arizona, 1963, by Philip Hyde. From Navajo Wildlands, 1967<br />