Cameron Davidson is an aerial and location portrait photographer based in Virginia. He shoots on assignment for a variety of print publications, including Vanity Fair, National Geographic, and Smithsonian and his work has been profiled in Communication Arts, Photo/Design, and Print magazines. His work has received awards in the Communication Arts Photo Annual, Graphis Photo, Print Design Annual, and the Pictures of the Year competition. He has published five books of photography, including, most recently, Washington D.C. from Above. David Fahrenthold, a native of Houston, Texas, has worked for the Washington Post since 2000. He has covered ther environment, writing about the Chesapeake Bay, climate change, mountaintop coal mining, and other topics both local and national.
Wonderful photos. Could have had some additional explanations of the photos but the book captures the essence of the Great Bay.Published 18 months ago by daysailor
Beautiful photography of one of our nation's greatest natural resources. Books like this remind us of why we need to save them.Published on January 10, 2013 by L. S. Palmer
As one of the pilots involved in assisting Cameron obtain these images you would think he would have had the courtesy to provide me with editorial discretion in selecting the... Read morePublished on January 10, 2012 by Stephen P. Bussmann
I live on the Chesapeake but from the ground my view is limeted so this book tells a great story about a very important part of eastern America.Published on November 7, 2011 by PMcM
This book is the culmination of decades of Cameron Davidson's love of the Chesapeake, flying low and slow. Read morePublished on October 14, 2011 by Red Chile