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Randy Steele

Randy Steele

Apollo, PA

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Welcome. Please look around my galleries. If you are just browsing, send me an email message
of what you like would be terrific. I also encourage past buyers to give me feedback via email as well.
If you have an image of yours you would like me to work on, let me know!

Thanks

The French and Indian War time period is one of the most overlooked is United States History.

The images I create are created from photographs taken at reenactment events, mainly
the French and Indian War and other historical events relating to western Pennsylvania such as at the Bushy Run Battlefield.
I use a Canon 50d camera and shoot all images in the camera "raw" mode. This allows much
more flexibility in post processing. The images are then edited in Photoshop to give them
a painting look, and to look less like a photograph. I feel that this better represents
the time period, as photography did not exist at this time, only paintings and sketches.

Some then may be tone mapped or have other effects applied to them. Not all images
respond equally to the same treatment, some never do, it all depends on the image. I have quite
a few images I start but put aside because I do not like the look. I then may return months
later to try something different. As I discover new techniques, I may also rework completed images with
the new effect. I have had my images printed on framed canvas, and also enlarged to 2 by 3 feet in size.
The end result is much better that the image displayed on the web, and looks great matted and framed on
the wall. I try to offer reasonably priced quality prints of historical events.
I hope you enjoy the images I create, comments are always welcome. Thank You.


Note, if you want to link to an image in my galleries,
please provide proper credit on your website to http://randy-steele.artistwebsites.com

All Contents Copyright Randy Steele

 

Spring Farm and Fields by Randy Steele

 

Remembering the Fallen by Randy Steele

 

Young Girl and Wall Street Art by Randy Steele

 

For Love of Country by Randy Steele

 

Soldier in the Window by Randy Steele

 

Apache Attack by Randy Steele

 

The Hard Run by Randy Steele

 

Crossing Slippery Rock Creek by Randy Steele

 

What Are You Looking At by Randy Steele

 

Portrait of Colonial Militiaman by Randy Steele

 

On the Path to Bushy Run by Randy Steele

 

Gettysburg Where They Stood by Randy Steele

 

McConnells Mill Winter by Randy Steele

 

McConnells Mill Rock Falls Winter by Randy Steele

 

Harley Davidson Logo On Leather by Randy Steele

 

Early Morning Winter Fog by Randy Steele

 

Angel in White on Blue by Randy Steele

 

Firing Line Cannon Sketch by Randy Steele

 

Civil War Union Cavalry Troopers by Randy Steele

 

Civil War Band OF Brothers by Randy Steele

 

Civil War Cannon Sketch by Randy Steele

 

General Longstreet at Gettysburg by Randy Steele

 

Union Civil War Soldiers by Randy Steele

 

Foggy Morning Lake Sunrise II by Randy Steele

 

Foggy Morning Lake Sunrise by Randy Steele

 

Foggy Morning Lake Geese by Randy Steele

 

Smiths Battery Devils Den Gettysburg by Randy Steele

 

Ghosts of Gettysburg II by Randy Steele

 

The New Country by Randy Steele

 

Alabama Monument Confederate Flag by Randy Steele

 

On the Run by Randy Steele

 

Charge of the Highlanders by Randy Steele

 

Ghost Soldiers by Randy Steele

 

British Officer Pointing Portrait by Randy Steele

 

Ready For Battle Portrait by Randy Steele

 

Watching His Backtrail by Randy Steele

 

Steam Train Toned by Randy Steele

 

After the Battle Drum Call by Randy Steele

 

Colonial Hunter by Randy Steele

 

Civil War Cannon Rebel Flag by Randy Steele

 

Cemetery Marker Art Statue by Randy Steele

 

Eastern Woodland Indian Portrait by Randy Steele

 

Sunset Elk by Randy Steele

 

Geese on Frozen Lake by Randy Steele

 

Under a Gettysburg Sky by Randy Steele

 

Gettysburg Cannon Civil War Toned by Randy Steele

 

Muzzleloader Just One Shot by Randy Steele

 

Friend to Friend Monument Gettysburg Flags by Randy Steele