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Happy Anniversary, LIK KEY WEST!

For seven years, this tropical island has been the site of one of Peter’s most enchanting galleries. From humble beginnings, marked by cardboard boxes and an unsuspecting local art scene, to its well-known prominence on Duval Street – LIK KEY WEST has truly become a landmark for eager travelers and discerning collectors. When he first...

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Embrace the Weather

Two things that Peter is least likely to desire as a landscape photographer are clear blue skies and a glaring sun. Over the course of his career, he has come to learn that capturing character in an outdoor shot is not always easy, but well worth it. He has been all around the globe and...

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My Peter Lik Story: Jean Francois

When I bought my first Peter Lik photographs, my two sons were about three and four. The first one I bought is Last Surf and the second, that I bought just a couple months later, is Shore Watch. At home, I refer to my Lik images only as “Peter Liks.” As in: “You guys can...

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Porta-Brace BK-HIVE Backpack Review

One of Peter’s greatest tips to aspiring young photographers is to organize and pack all necessary equipment as efficiently as possible before going on location. The Master Photographer has spent years constructing a system that allows him to prepare adequately before any shoot, no matter what weather or terrain he faces. In doing so, he...

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Choosing the Right Tripod

For over 30 years, Peter Lik has been shooting Mother Nature’s incomparable landscapes. Through trial and error, he has mastered so many techniques and tricks of the trade – valuable lessons that he now graciously passes on to the rest of us, so we may avoid a few blunders and missteps of our own. Here,...

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