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with Peter Lorber & Courtenay Gilbert

Who is Peter Lorber?

Who is Peter Lorber?

Peter Lorber has built his reputation as a leading world-renowned panoramic photographer. Over the years Peter has created his beautiful scenics using a Fuji-617, Kodak Cirkut camera, Roundshot 360° rotational cameras and many more.

Peter now creates his panoramas digitally using Hasselblad cameras, Seitz Roundshot VR drives and technically advanced stitching programs to produce seamless panoramas with the enlarge-ability his work is known for.

Hasselblads are now the only cameras Peter brings when he climbs to the top of mountains, hangs out of helicopters or even dives to the bottom of the ocean to capture his awe-inspiring images.

Peter is known for his panoramas and also aerial, interior, architectural, sport and sport arena photography and especially his ability to print all his images as oversized murals with incredible quality and detail.

Peter’s work has appeared in multiple publications and his photography has been exhibited and is on display throughout the world. He is also a sought after lecturer and judge on the photography circuit.

Along with his photography Peter and his wife Addie, have owned and operated the full service, high end Digital Lab/Studio/Gallery, Custom Photo Images for over twenty years. Custom Photo Images has evolved from a single darkroom into a premier operation with a reputation for producing high quality results.

Peter Lorber and Courtenay Gilbert began working together in 1993. Over time they have become the perfect photographic team. They combine Peter’s technical knowledge and experience in panoramic photography with Courtenay’s artistic vision, feeling and post production expertise to create stunningly beautiful images.

Courtenay Gilbert is a Fine Art photographer and printer specializing in landscape and Portrait photography. Courtenay was formally trained in photography in New York City where she attended and graduated from the School of Visual Arts. Courtenay studied under the direction of master black and white pinter, Bob Brooks, and fashion photographer Frances McLaughlin-Gill. Courtenay’s fashion and editorial photography has been published in many publications in the United States as well as Japan.

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