Karen Seagle-Warnberg is a landscape photographer currently residing in Salmon, Idaho. She retains her maiden name (Seagle) as a tribute to family members who taught her the basics of photography at an early age. She assumed her husband's name (Warnberg) in honor of his re-introduction of photography in her life. Beginning in her teens with a Twin-Lens Reflex camera, she learned the basics of exposure, composition and film developing. After a hiatus of almost 40 years, the advent of the digital camera and editing techniques allowed Karen to unleash the full range of her artistic visions.
Originally from California, Karen traveled extensively in the Golden State, recording her impressions. Retirement allowed her to expand her horizons to all of the western states, with an emphasis on National, State and Local Parks While Karen primarily focuses on landscapes, she captures wildlife when the opportunity presents itself. Her works have been recognized by the State of California, Lemhi County and National Geographic.
Karen's latest project is learning the intricacies of flash photography, including macro, splash and portrait shooting.
- Valley College1974
- Palomar College1973
- Glendale Community College