Photographer Profile: Robert C Bruni

Photographer Profile: Robert C Bruni

Near Gorham, New Hampshire. This area of the river did not have any place for me to pull over with my vehicle so I ended up parking near the end of a farmer’s driveway and walking back a long ways to see the scene that attracted me there. The area of land next to the river was very narrow and the highway fairly busy. I used one of the guardrail posts to help steady my shot as I did not trust setting up my tripod in this dangerous area. I just knew that I had to capture this image. This river was located near Gorham, New Hampshire. Canon EOS 7D Mark II, Sigma 18-50mm lens. Exposure: ISO 100, f/22 for 1/10th of second.

Photographer: Robert C Bruni

Amateur Photographer

Photographic Specialties:

  • Landscape
  • Travel


I started doing photography in 1985 after I purchased my first 35MM camera a Canon AE-1 with a 28-135mm lens. A lot of people told me that I should show and display my work in art shows so I gave that a try. I have accumulated a shoebox full of blue ribbons and some best of show awards but I am still looking for a way to get my work exposed to the world. I now shoot with a Canon EOS 7D Mark II which I love very much. I shoot all of my photography using manual exposure and RAW format. I use Adobe Lightroom to develop my pictures. I enjoy studying a scene to get the best composition.

Photographer Profile: Robert C Bruni

Swindler’s Road near Grand Teton National Park. The challenging part of getting this image was getting a day with no wind because I wanted to capture a mirror-like image of the beautiful Grand Teton Mountains. Canon EOS 7D Mark II, Sigma 17-50mm lens. Exposure: ISO 125, 17mm f/22 1/20 sec.