On January 7th of this year, Yosemite National Park was evacuated due to the risk of flooding from an atmospheric river with only emergency personnel allowed to stay. The same thing happened twenty years ago (almost to the day) after one of Yosemite's largest floods in modern history. I was one of the few allowed to stay during that flood in 1997 because I was hired by the National Park Service to photograph the damage for their archives. The tale of the 1997 flood and my experiences were documented in Calumet’s Newsletter for Photographic Artists by Richard Newman.
Photographer, teacher, and fine art printmaker Rich Seiling works to push the limits of printing technology to create beautiful Museum quality photographic prints for his clients and himself.