Imaging to Suit Your Needs

Nature photography is one of my passions. The process of capturing flora, fauna, and landscapes allows me to refine my eye for color and composition.

I am an advanced user of Adobe Photoshop and Camera Raw. I am proficient in creating and coding responsive images for the web and in preparing photos for print.

By producing original photography, editing existing images, and curating collections, I can create an effective visual presentation for your business.

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(Image at top: Daubeny’s Water Lily [Nymphaea × daubenyana]).

Products and Services

  • Nature and outdoor photography
  • Selection of images (whether yours or stock)
  • Editing including retouching and color correction
  • Optimization for web
  • Coding responsive images in HTML
  • Preparation for print

Selected Work

Close-up photo of golden ragwort (Packera aurea). The flowers resemble daisies, with long, yellow petals. A cluster of four flowers is in focus, standing out against the dark background. Flowers, leaves, and stems surround the cluster, blurred. Photography by Dawn Cavalieri.
Golden ragwort (Packera aurea).
Photo of a field of Spanish bluebells (Hyacinthoides hispanica). A lush carpet of lavender-colored flowers sits below four trees. In the right foreground is the trunk of one of the trees, a chestnut-leaved oak (Quercus castaneifolia). Leaves of other trees are in the background. Photography by Dawn Cavalieri.
Spanish bluebells (Hyacinthoides hispanica).
Close-up photo of a honeybee (Apis mellifera) collecting pollen from a Japanese tree peony (Paeonia). The bee is hovering over the stamens, facing right. The flower is seen from the side, its vivid red petals filling most of the frame. Photography by Dawn Cavalieri.
Honeybee (Apis mellifera) on Japanese tree peony (Paeonia).
Photo of a field of single late tulips (Tulipa) of the variety 'Stunning Apricot.' The petals of the tulips are mainly orange, with red and yellow accents. The tulips seem to be blowing in the breeze. One is in focus, seen on its tall, green stem. About fifteen tulips stand around and behind it. Photography by Dawn Cavalieri.
Single late tulips (Tulipa) of the variety 'Stunning Apricot.'
Photo of a honeybee (Apis mellifera) visiting a stand of eastern prickly pear (Opuntia humifusa). The flowers of this cactus are yellow, and the stems are green, flat, and prickly. The bee sits on the reproductive parts of the central flower. The photo shows one other mature flower, six immature ones, and several stems.
Honeybee (Apis mellifera) on eastern prickly pear (Opuntia humifusa).
Extreme close-up of a pink azalea (Rhododendron). The focus is on the central petals and the stamens. The leaves and stem recede. Another azalea is behind it, and one is at the bottom right of the frame. The background is tan and very blurred. Photography by Dawn Cavalieri.
Azalea (Rhododendron).
Extreme close-up of the seed head of a dandelion (Taraxacum officinale). The seed head is white, with numerous tiny seeds and strands. The center of the seed head is in focus; the edges recede. Composed of grass, the background is green and very blurred. Photography by Dawn Cavalieri.
Seed head of dandelion (Taraxacum officinale).
Extreme close-up of a shrub rose (Rosa) of the cultivar 'Bremer Stadtmusikanten.' Pink petals occupy almost all of the photograph. The focus is on the central petals, which have yet to open. Photography by Dawn Cavalieri.
Shrub rose (Rosa) of the cultivar 'Bremer Stadtmusikanten.'