Robert Eckhardt is a 19th century photography dealer and 21st century fine art photographer. Originally trained as an avian ecologist, past careers include assistant professor of vertebrate biology, editor at a large New York publishing house, computer book author, and magazine contributing editor.
He started photographing in his teens, but put his cameras away (for good, he thought) 25 years ago. The convergence of computers, cameras, and digital imagery prompted him to start photographing again in 2003. His current photographic interests include panoramas, night photography, and slow shutter speeds.