Monte Nagler is a professional landscape photographer living in Farmington Hills. Monte's photographs can be found in many public and private collections, including the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, the Grand Rapids Art Museum, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the Ford Motor Company collection.
Monte Nagler began to develop his own artistic vision after studying in an intensive workshop with Ansel Adams. Monte is a member of the esteemed Cameracraftsmen of America, and he has been recognized by Outdoor Photographer magazine as one of the top five landscape photographers in the nation. He is also a noted writer, lecturer, and teacher of photography. His previous books are How to Improve Your Photographic Vision and Statements of Light.