Robin S. Kent to Speak on Low-Light Photography in November

Robin Kent is a fine arts photographer known for his dramatic images of Washington, D.C. He has also ventured to the back country of Yosemite National Park to photograph the Milky Way.  In the last three years, Robin has traveled to both polar regions. He has been to the Antarctic Peninsula, the northern latitudes of Iceland, Greenland, and the Canadian Arctic Archipelago to capture images of frozen landscapes.

Robin’s photographs are in the collections of major corporations, local business organizations, and individual collectors.  His training has included landscape photography from the late Galen Rowell, founder of Mountain Light Photography and advanced printing techniques from Mac Holbert, a co-founder of Nash Editions.  He is former President and a current member of Great Falls Studios, a consortium of 100 plus artists in Great Falls, Virginia.  He is represented by Art Matters in Glen Echo, Maryland.  More examples of his work can be seen at his website,

The following two documents accompany Robin’s presentation to the Club on Low Light Photography:


(Robin’s document of Resources for Low Light Photography)

(Robin’s Talking Points that accompanied his presentation slides)



by Robin S. Kent

by Robin S. Kent