Finger Lakes Images, owned and operated by Bill Banaszewski and his wife
Michele Howland, specializes in outdoor photography, and has been providing
quality images of the Finger Lakes region and New York State since 1983. The
Finger Lakes Images collection also includes an extensive stock of wildlife
and nature photography.
Hundreds of national and regional magazines, textbooks, tourism publications, postcards and calendars feature Bill's photographs. Wink Imaging in Canandaigua, New York, now carries Bill’s collection of picture post cards sold throughout Central New York, providing visitors with beautiful and lasting memories of the Finger Lakes region. Visit www.winkimaging.com for post card ordering information.
Bill is a well-known, recently retired Professor of Environmental Conservation at Finger Lakes Community College in Canandaigua, New York. Since retiring from his teaching career, Bill is dedicated to the establishment of the Finger Lakes Cultural and Natural History Museum, and he is a regular contributor to Life in the Finger Lakes Magazine.
Over 300,000 photos are in the Finger Lakes Images collection, and it continues to grow every day.
Finger Lakes Images sells photos in a variety of formats. If you are interested, please
"Bill Banaszewski has quite possibly the most extensive collection of Finger Lakes photographs assembled.
His photos cover subjects from Women’s Rights sculpture to aquatic life poking their heads through the duckweed.
Bill enjoys nature and all it encompasses. Animals from hawks and owls to bears and whitetail deer make up a good portion
of his portfolio. If you’re looking for that perfect seasonal shot for a magazine cover, look no further, because Bill has what you need."
Mark Stash, Editor Life in the Finger Lakes Magazine
"Bill's work serves our diverse photo needs well and he's a pleasure to work with.
We've used his photography to fulfill our photo needs from travel to rural life imagery."
Trudi Bellin, Photo Coordinator Reiman Publications
"Simply stated, Bill does outstanding work. His subjects range widely, from full-frame portraits of wildlife,
to mood-evoking images of people recreating outdoors, to beautiful scenic's suitable for our covers.
One need only flip through our pages to see how important he is to the Conservationist magazine.
Additionally, Bill is a pleasure to deal with. Give him a call; you'll be glad you did."
Dave Nelson, Editor -New York State Conservationist magazine
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