Madison Indiana Photography

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Hello my name is Bernie Kasper and I am a photographer from Madison, a small town located in the Southeastern part of Indiana on the banks of the Ohio River, the area I call home has a rich diversity of topography and wildlife that make it a special place.

From the canyons and waterfalls of Clifty Falls State Park , the wetlands of the Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refugee and the beautiful prairies and large forested tracts of Big Oaks National Wildlife Refugee the area is rich in outdoor photographic opportunities.

The area also boasts the city of Madison a National Historic Landmark, with over 100 city blocks designated as Historic, the Architectural and Historic opportunities for tourism and photography are second to none.

I also run a photography portrait business here in Madison, specializing in Family, Senior and Wedding Photography…Coolpicsphotography’s Blog

I hope I will be able to convey the beauty of the area and share any info as well about this place I call home.

                                                                                                                                                             YELLOW CONEFLOWER 1 2012

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22 Comments »

  1. hey Bernie, thanks for the comment. I really like your work as well. Your photos are amazing! I am sure I can learn something from your work. I plan on visiting your blog on a regular basis. Your ‘Burning Blanket Flower’ is really awesome!

    Comment by ankush | July 3, 2007 | Reply

  2. Hey Bernie,
    I had to check out your tourons story after seeing your photo on NPN. Very funny and typical. I love the people like that out “hiking” in pristine crisp white shoes -trying to avoid mud.Cracks me up.:-)

    Comment by Leann Greene | July 4, 2007 | Reply

  3. Bernie your pictures are great.

    Comment by Kathy Chandler | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  4. Thanks for the comment! While my blog is generally all over the place (it has a decided lack of focus, much like its writer), I do have a couple of recent photography posts that might interest you.

    If you’re interested, here are direct links. (Can’t have you wasting time searching for them, can I?) I welcome constructive criticism (and vindictive criticism too, if it’s funny).

    6 colorful mushroom pictures (They come in red and yellow too!)
    My 4th of July in pictures (I’m particularly happy with these!)
    My 10 favorite animal shots

    Comment by Brian | July 25, 2007 | Reply

  5. Bernie- Thanks for sharing your thoughts on my work. Feel free to comment anytime. I enjoy recieving reviews from other photographers.

    You have some nice work here. I’ll be sure to stop by and check out your latest posts.

    Thanks again

    Comment by marcdavidphotography | July 27, 2007 | Reply

  6. I like your pictures and thought you might be also interested in visiting my photo blog with one new picture every day:

    http://kedarphotography.wordpress.com/

    Kedar, Zurich

    Comment by kedarvideo | January 22, 2008 | Reply

  7. Great Work! I grew up in Cincinnati and our family would take short vacation trips to Clifty Falls State Park. Your pictures bring back wonderful memories of my childhood in that area. I love your picture of the floating maple leaf. Keep up the wonderful work.

    Comment by boris | June 27, 2008 | Reply

  8. Hi, I am interested in the possibility of using your “Pansy Porn” image for a book cover. If this is something you are interested in, please let me know cost. Thanks so much, Christy Collins, Confluence Book Services

    Comment by Christy Collins | July 16, 2008 | Reply

  9. I am very interested in purchasing an enlarged photo…particularly your ‘Maple Leaf Art’. Please let me know if this is something that you would consider.

    Regards,

    John Buckle

    Comment by John Buckle | July 25, 2008 | Reply

  10. Hi Bernie:
    I have been a photographer, both amateur and professional, for most of my life, but your photos are so good I am tempted to give up! I, too, wonder about the “wonders” of digital manipulation. When I look back at my film albums, I’m amazed that i got such good results with just professional printing; no burning in, no dodging, nothing but what the camera saw. Now I am so reliant on technology that I do a poor job with film. And no digital picture of mine escapes without a little adjustment. Is this art or science? I think that film photography was more of an art, but you have shown us the art of using digital!

    I would like to send you 3 of my favorite recent photos if you’re interested. Just email me, and once again, thank you for the pleasure of your photos!

    Comment by Margot Willems Henderson | November 9, 2008 | Reply

  11. Just surfed in. While searching for information on Dahlias. Caught your black and white image of a Dahlia on an image search and it took my breath away! What a pleasure to stumble across something so beautiful. I’ll be back to check out even more of your work.

    Comment by Paula Hatcher | November 10, 2008 | Reply

  12. I am looking for a photo of a white oak tree. We are working on an annual report for a financial corporation in New York State.

    It is a timely issue, please contact me asap.

    Your work is beautiful.

    Linda

    585-454-4540

    Comment by linda summers | March 6, 2009 | Reply

  13. Hi Bernie,

    If you want to add Facebook or email sharing buttons to your blog posts, there’s a plugin that does it for you: http://tinyurl.com/sharebuttons

    Hope you find it helpful!

    Cheers,

    Comment by Bradon Gokey | May 6, 2009 | Reply

  14. Wonderful blog, great pictures, keep it up

    Comment by David Cornwell | May 24, 2009 | Reply

  15. Hey Bernie I use to be firefighter with Clifty 6 fire and rescue in Madison ,took A career firefighting job in South carolina ,im friends with frank taff,I miss that town,i was wondering if you could send some pictures of the fire depts in action.

    Firefighter Jasper Miller

    Comment by Jasper Miller | May 29, 2009 | Reply

  16. Hi Bernie, thanks for commenting on my blog and photos and for adding me to your blog roll, I really appreciate it. You are welcome to stop by anytime. You have very interesting blog with great photos, I’ll look at older posts and will check new ones, for sure. I’ll also add your blog to my blog roll. Have a nice summer!

    Comment by Tomas Turecek | July 22, 2009 | Reply

  17. Hello,

    Do you mind if I link to your site from my fashion sites?

    Thanks.

    Kathy

    Comment by Kathy | September 9, 2010 | Reply

  18. HI,, so glad you visited my blog,, you have a beautiful web site.. I will enjoy following you!

    Comment by sallywoodphotography | January 20, 2013 | Reply

  19. Thank you for stopping by my blog today. Glad you liked my post “A Lady’s Dressing Room”! Hope to see you again.

    Comment by tbeckerphotos | August 20, 2013 | Reply

  20. thanks for stopping by and liking my recent post. I enjoyed looking through your site. You have some very nice shots. Best Wishes!

    Comment by eddiemyers | August 28, 2013 | Reply

  21. Thank you so much for liking my recent post on Clematis armandii. It’s a pleasure to have found your blog. I look forward to following you and getting lots of inspiration from your beautiful photographs.

    Comment by The Frustrated Gardener | March 24, 2014 | Reply

  22. Hello, my name is Allie Fleming. My fiancé, Jason, and I are set to be married in front of the Broadway Fountain on October 15, 2016, with a reception to follow at The Riverboat Inn, and we’re very interested in having you as our photographer! Your work is positively stunning! I was born in Madison, and my Grandpa, Ray Stanton, still lives there. It’s very important to me to have a photographer that really understands the beauty of the town, and who will be able to capture our special day in a way we will always smile at when we look back at our wedding photos! I am just wanting to inquire about rates and such, so that I have an idea. You may email me back, or if you’d rather call me my number is (812) 599-5043. Thank you!

    Comment by Allison Fleming | October 5, 2015 | Reply


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