Schatz has string of successes

Howard Schatz, internationally collected and followed for his important contributions to fine art photography, has had a month of achievements that further his leadership and skill. Mid March, Schatz was once again selected as the lead story photographer of Sports Illustrated. SI relied on Howard’s motion photography techniques to capture the power and dominance of St. Louis Cardinal’s Albert Pujols (March 16, 2009). Across the pond, Schatz opened in Kiev, Ukraine: H2O The Underwater Photography of Howard Schatz on March 20th. The exhibit continues until April 20th. The background image of the hurdler by Howard SchatzAnd in Germany, The Heinz-Nixdorf Museum, Motion Science, delves into Howard’s various styles (underwater, use of light paired with motion and the human form). The Paderborn, Germany museum exhibit run’s through July 5, 2009.

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