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Carl Heilman II is a bit of a legend in the Adirondacks. He’s a soft-spoken man who is both friendly and elusive, and something of a business model for the modern freelance photographer. So many people know his work, know him, and see him regularly in towns and villages throughout the region. His photography has supported him and his family, through vehicles such as a very successful series of books, photography workshops, and public showings of his work. And many people have purchased the large panoramas to hang in the homes.

 But what makes Carl special is his photography.
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Last weekend at the Adirondack Plein Air Festival in Saranac Lake, NY, I was able to remain in the hall as Juror Anne Diggory judged the entries from 2 days of plein air painting. Anne is one of my favorite landscape painters, so her judgement was especially interesting.

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