Al Judge Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Al Judge based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Al Judge
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Moonrise at Coffee Pot Rock by Al Judge
Moonset at Cathedral Rock by Al Judge
Milky Way from Yavapai Vista by Al Judge
Chain-Brake Motorcycle by Al Judge
Courthouse Rock under Full Moon by Al Judge
Rabbit Ears by Al Judge
Sedona Sunrise by Al Judge
West Sedona Panorama by Al Judge
Four Zebras by Al Judge
Golden Hour at Red Rock Crossing by Al Judge
Tlaquepaque Courtyard by Al Judge
Courtyard at Night by Al Judge
Moon thru Clouds by Al Judge
Old Giraffe by Al Judge
Autumn Morning at Tlaquepaque by Al Judge
Chapel of the Holy Cross by Al Judge
Chapel Under the Stars by Al Judge
Crucifix by Al Judge
The Chapel in Moonlight by Al Judge
Arches by Al Judge
Female Grizzly Bear by Al Judge
Mountain Lion by Al Judge
Gray Wolf by Al Judge
Jack's Canyon Reflection by Al Judge
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About Al Judge
Al Judge is a recently divorced professional photographer and best-selling author living in Sedona, Arizona. In March 2012, the Sedona Area Guild of Artists (SAGA) included Al in their list of the Best Artists of Sedona 2012.
Al's work is no longer on display in galleries in Sedona, Arizona, but he still sells prints locally and online.
He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University and was in charge of New Products Concepts (corporate innovator) for Black & Decker for 23 years prior to his early retirement in 2001.
In 2007, Al published his first book 'Innovation's Missing Link' based on his personal experience at Black & Decker as well as his time as a Board Member of PDMA. The essence of the book is human creativity and potential. Al believes that all life experience has a spiritual component and that we are most productive when our values and beliefs are in harmony with our life work. 'Innovation's Missing Link' contains several chapters related to socially-conscious business practices.
Al worked at Black & Decker for a total of 37 years in a variety of roles. As a college student, he was privileged to work on the Lunar Surface Drill. This is the drill that was used by the Apollo Astronauts to take core samples of the moon. He is still humbled to think there is a drill on the surface of the moon that was once in the trunk of his car. Al designed many of the first cordless power tools. The battery technology used in these tools was a by-product of the Space Program. The Nickel-Cadmium batteries used in these tools provided a model for all cordless technology including iPads, iPods, and smart phones.
Since retiring from the corporate world, Al has immersed himself into the art of photography with the same passion and enthusiasm that made him a top innovation expert and corporate inventor.
Making the transition from film to digital photography was more difficult than expected. After dealing with the frustration of reading numerous photography books that only added confusion to the learning process, Al had the good fortune of meeting a master photographer who cleared up his misconceptions in a matter of a few hours. To save others from the frustrations and difficulties he had experienced Al began writing books about digital photography. He published his first eBook -- 'Digital Photography Like a Pro!' in October 2012. This book was retired in 2018 because the information on Photo Editing and Printing was out of date. Al has published 21 books on Digital Photography -- 19 are currently available on Amazon.com. Al's best seller has been the number one eBook in the digital photography category on Amazon.com for eight consecutive years.
Al's books use numerous illustrations and clear explanations to take the mystery out of creating excellent images. A few hours spent with one of these books can save the reader from months of frustration and confusion.
Fine-art photography (images suitable for framing and displaying) are the result of an emotional response to something of beauty or interest. This cannot happen if you are stressed out by the technology that you are using to capture those images. Even some of the best books on photography assume that the reader understands a language that is unique to photography. For most of us, this assumption takes the joy out of learning. Al's books never make this assumption. Every term used is clearly defined and explained so that you will never be left scratching your head and wondering what you missed.
Although Al's books are quite comprehensive, they are written in such a way that no prior knowledge of photography is required. We all learn at different speeds and in different ways. For any skill developed, excellence comes with practice. These books will increase the effectiveness of your practice by steering you in the right direction and exposing the error of some common misconceptions. They provide a solid foundation for accelerated learning.
Al believes that we can learn a lot from the masters of any craft. With online training videos we have access to photography masters like never before. Unfortunately, most people don't have the knowledge to fully understand many of these lessons. Al has written books that can get anyone up to speed in just a few hours. His books are never intimidating and are filled with valuable insights, numerous illustrations, and photographic knowledge.