Recent Articles and Philip Hyde News
See also under INFO: "Philip Hyde Related Resources" for earlier articles and tributes
Outdoor Photographer Magazine, September 2016
For the Common Good - Photography With a Purpose Special Issue
Enduring Images: an interview with celebrated nature photographer and 2017 NANPA Lifetime Achievement award winner Jack Dykinga talking about the example and approach of Philip Hyde by David Leland Hyde
Outdoor Photographer Magazine, August 2016
Black and White Special Issue
Master of Platinum: an interview with fine-art photographer and expert platinum and palladium printer Dick Arentz mentions teaching with Philip Hyde by David Leland Hyde
Picturing America's National Parks, 2016
by assistant curator Jamie M. Allen
Aperture Foundation copublished with Eastman Museum
Outdoor Photographer Magazine, June 2016
National Parks Centennial Special Issue
by David Leland Hyde
The Magazine Antiques, March/April 2016
The George Eastman Museum by Bruce Barnes
Framing Nature: A century and a half of photographs of the Grand Canyon at the George Eastman Museum by Jamie M. Allen
Outdoor Photographer Blog, March 2016
Sojourns Magazine, Summer/Fall 2015
Peaks, Plateaus and Canyons Association
Photography on the Colorado Plateau/Imaging the Plateau: A Brief History by Dr. James Swensen, Brigham Young University
Outdoor Photographer Magazine, March 2014
by David Leland Hyde, Photography by Philip Hyde And David Leland Hyde
The first major print publication of David Leland Hyde's photography and first publishing credit writing about photography.
Guy Tal Photography Journal, September 13, 2011
"Isaac Newton famously said that if he had seen further it is because he was standing on the shoulders of giants. Similarly, modern conservation photographers are carrying on the tradition of pioneers who used their photographic art to advocate for the preservation of wild places. Still, even among these proverbial giants of conservation photography, some stand taller than others and one of the tallest among them is photographer Philip Hyde."
Color Magazine, March 2011
"One of the principal photographers for the Sierra Club's groundbreaking books championing the wilderness, Philip Hyde played a major role in the modern environmental movement. His pioneering use of color set the standard and inspired a generation of landscape photographers."
Outdoor Photographer Magazine, November 2010
The Moors of California by Sean Arbabi
"Point Reyes National Seashore is a photographer's paradise." The article discusses the masters who have photographed Point Reyes: Eadweard Muybridge, Ansel Adams, Brett Weston, Philip Hyde and others. Also mentions the Sierra Club book Island In Time: The Point Reyes Peninsula by Harold Gilliam with photographs by Philip Hyde, which helped raise funds to buy the land that became Point Reyes National Seashore.
Field Report by Richard Wong May 2, 2010
Son of an Environmental Photography Pioneer: David Leland Hyde Interview The business side of conserving and curating the Philip Hyde legacy and photography collection.
Salt Lake City Weekly October, 2009
Land of the Lost: Ghosts of Glen Canyon revisits a submerged world by Geoff Griffin
In The Field Photo Blog by Richard Wong, June, 2009
Philip Hyde is #7, Ansel Adams #1, with other landscape photography greats including William Henry Jackson, Carleton Watkins and Eliot Porter.
New West Magazine, April 2006
Philip Hyde: Inspiring a Generation of Wilderness Photographers by Stephen Trimble
Outdoor Photographer, October 2005
by James Kay
Dry years in the West have lowered the level of Lake Powell and revealed long-submerged canyons
Latest News About Philip Hyde
Fine Art Photography Collector's Resource
A Resource for Collectors of Fine Art Photography, The Landscape Photography Of Philip Hyde And His Colleagues
Outdoor Photographer Magazine, April, 2009
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Shift from large format film to digital. Finding inspiration in the work of others... section by Tom Till >>Read More >>