Eric Dillenberger has been photographing for forty years, using 35mm, medium format, 4x5 and digital capture. He studied photography at UCB School of Design. He maintained a black and white darkroom for many years while persuing a career in manufacturing. The advent of the digital darkroom inspired him to work almost exclusively in color. He has photographed throughout North and South America and Europe. Recurring themes include landscapes, street scenes, architecture and still life.
Eric has exhibited in Grants Pass at the Grants Pass Museum of Art, Grants Pass Library and ERA Prestige Homes, in Ashland at Oh Behave! Botique and in Klamath Falls at the Klamath Art Association Gallery, Sugar Pine Cafes, Antonio's Cucina Italiana, Alfred Voegels Gallery, Ross Ragland Theater, and the Favell Museum.
His images have appeared in "The Sun" magazine and in "Black and White" magazine, and can be viewed on his website.
Eric is a small business owner and solar contractor. A thirty year Oregon resident, he lives with artist wife Tess in Rocky Point.
See more of Eric's images at fotojolt.com