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Richard Krueger, a Sioux Falls artistic photographer, has for some time been on a spiritual quest via oversized panoramic photographs. The photographs must be viewed by scrolling either right and left or up and down to achieve the full effect.
Left: "Fog Falls."
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Krueger is a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and studied art at the University of Wisconsin in his home city. Recent exhibits include Frogman's Press in Beresford, Sioux City Art Center, local art co-op "expose yourself to the arts," Eide/Dalrymple Art Gallery , Augustana College, and Washington Pavilion "Arts Night."
Right: "Sylvan Lake."
Krueger cites as influences Catholicism, city environments,trips to national and state parks of the West, and fishing/family vacations to pristine northern Wisconsin. He calls the first attempt at 180-degree horizon to horizon photography a "fall-on-your-knees experience."
Left: "N-S Western Ave."
Krueger: "I work with a Olympus E-10 digital camera. Almost all my city/country landscapes are composite photos that are rendered in Photoshop. Most images are 180 degrees and are made from 8 to 20 photos. All images are printed at 300 dpi on archival papers and with archival inks."
Right: "New Corn."
Contact Richard Krueger by phone: 605-334-6676 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Left: "Center Lake."