T&K Images is Teresa and Keith Peters; our thirty years of experience has grown into our own style that captures the incredible vibrance and beauty of our world just as we saw it.
Many fine art photographers thrive in the studio where they have complete control over their environment, lighting, settings etc. This is not us, being Fine Art Landscape & Nature Photographers we must take what mother nature provides. Sometimes that is waiting for hours to get the right light, or in some cases that light never appears. Planning the location and the best time to photograph is part of the overall adventure, plus being open to completely changing our plans is also key to being successful.
We want to inspire others to explore and love our world too and this is why giving locations has always been part of our photography. From our first business plan our motto has been "Appreciation Of Nature Leads To Preservation". We give ten percent of our profits to the preservation of nature, our most valuable inheritance.
Teresa: My purpose is to capture the beautiful moments in our world that happen every day. This beauty is all around us in a tiny flower, a sunset, a summer storm or three horses all in a row looking at me on a misty morning. It surrounds us if we slow down and notice. I want to share these moments and my passion is exploring our world to find them. When I see a moment I want to capture I can barely breathe in my excitement. I am in a fever to capture it.
Keith: I am drawn to the old and rusty. Ghost towns and old mining camps have a special place in my heart; I am amazed at the ingenuity and pure hard work that was needed to create a life in the early west. By photographing these places I hope to share my love with others, along with preserving a little piece of history that time is slowly eroding away. As my target subject usually resides off the beaten path, the journey routinely takes me in the back country. On some occasions the natural beauty of the landscape along the way demands my attention and often becomes the focus of that day's photography session.