Terry Abrams Photography


Photography has been Terry’s passion and profession for over 30 years, and he invites you to explore this site for information about the photographs he creates as well as information that you can use to improve your own photographs.

Technology is an essential component of the photographic process, and Terry Abrams has worked in a variety of technologies, including historical, contemporary and leading-edge.

The photographs Terry currently produces are created with digital cameras, processed in computer software and printed on large-format ink-jet printers in his own studio, using the finest inks and papers available.

Perhaps you will enroll in one of Terry’s college classes, workshops or travel adventures. These offer you the opportunity for group and individual instruction in the art and technology of photography.


The photographs above were made with a variety of digital cameras and printed with the finest inks and papers. Locations include Morocco, California, Chicago and New York City.


New 2015 PHOTOGRAPHY ADVENTURE WORKSHOPS are being prepared. There are some exciting trips in the works!

By popular demand, I am offering the Death Valley Workshop again from February 21 - 26, 2015. I will lead you to some of the most amazing landscapes on earth, and we will photograph them under interesting conditions. Every year the itinerary changes based on weather and my recent exploration in the valley, and the area is so vast and varied , there is always something interesting to photograph with fresh eyes. Please click on the link for more information.

Please go to the Workshops page for detailed information about the 2015 workshops.

In addition, I will be adding workshops to Italy and to Spain, plus additional destinations. If you would like to be notified when the information is published, please send me an email message.

My photographs are currently on display at the public library in Dexter, Michigan through the end of November, 2014.

The view camera has played an important role in Terry’s photographs by offering a precise way of visualizing and rendering images. He began working with digital technology in the 1990s by scanning 8x10 negatives he produced with an antique camera. Terry still scans large format film for digital printing, but today is more likely to use a Digital SLR camera for creating RAW files.