Andrew Vernon
Seminole, Florida

Andrew Vernon captures moody, black and white seascapes along with softer, calming views of sunsets reflected in water. Andrew especially loves capturing the beauty of local beaches. He currently lives in Florida, although also enjoys traveling and working in other places.

Artist and Customer Comments

commentsRecurrence 2/27/2015 | 1:42 PM

You have captured an ocean on a dismal day. I love it. Keep up the great work.

UGallery 5/29/2012 | 11:10 PM

Hi Andrew! Welcome to the UGallery team! We wrote a lil something something about your photographs! You can read the blog post here:


Fine Art Print
2014, limited edition of 40
Archival photographic print on heavyweight, acid-free soft gloss paper. Features a 1.5" white border around the image to allow for easy framing. Includes a certificate of authenticity.
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I first photographed this scene while in photography school. The shot is actually still in my portfolio and is one of my favorite black & white images titled "Old & New." I love these bridges because of how well they contrast each other in their design and style. This is a 20 second long exposure of the sunset at F5.6. It took a little bit of patience waiting for the sun to hide enough to not highlight the right bridge too much, but it happened. Photos like these can be so incredibly calming to take! Parking is a decent distance away and there’s a sea wall to climb down in order to create a more dynamic perspective. By the time you’re down the seawall, it starts to get really quiet. You can’t hear much of the traffic and there’s not much to focus on but the photography! It’s great. So, this is "Gateway!" It’s the same scene, but I am thrilled with how this one came out in color. It has a completely different feel than "Old & New" but still carries some of the same contrasts.

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