Al Frey Photography

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There has been a recent question about the resolution of my images. You should know that sometimes I crop images quite heavily in order to highlight a specific item, action or person that is part of a larger image. As a result, the resolution will decrease and enlargement of the images can become problematic the larger the print size. I apologize for any confusion or difficulty. SmugMug only has what I send them so the "original" image may be a highly cropped one

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Al Frey

Al Frey Photography

I have been a photographer since the late 60's, starting in high school shooting black and white sports photos for the school teams and year book. Fast forward to the 2000's and after a "short" hiatus for college, family and a switch to digital, I began to shoot high school sports again. Shooting photos of my daughter and her teams this time. I followed her along to her college sports and started photo sharing with her teams which led to being published in school publications, requests for wedding shoots and other activities and occasions. I have continued to shoot local sports, the occasional wedding and have expanded my repertoire to include nature and happenings around my town. I have contributed photos to the local high school year book and been published in local (northern Vermont) newspapers. Continued requests for my images encouraged me to create my web site. Al Frey