|Message from Mike Cable
Mike Cable is a multi award winning and published photographer. His photography offers a new way of looking at the marvelous details we encounter in daily life. Restlessly seeking the unusual in the usual, Cable’s carefully composed shots feature common objects reframed and revisited. Plunging into each object with a freshly born vigor, Cable is concerned with the photograph as a residue of a unique experiential encounter. Abstract marks and scrawls, patterns, systems and maps emerge from familiar artificial and organic matter. Rust, plant life, paint and architectonic abstractions in dynamic hues reveal their own unique symbology and magnify the subtle play of light and shadow illuminating quotidian opticality to the fullest.
Born in 1965 in Plattsburgh, NY, Mike Cable currently lives and works on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. His interest in abstraction harkens back to the formative period he spent growing up in the vast wilderness of the Adirondacks. He has received considerable attention for his land and seascape work as well.
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Current Photographic Resume:
I've just been PUBLISHED in another National Geographic Story (12/10/18)! Here is the link:
Congratulations! Your photo Turkey Chest Feather's was selected for the story The Beauty of Birds.
2017 Weather Channel Photo Contest Finalist for my "Ice Abstract" Only 41 images were picked out of 52,000 plus submissions. I also had the only abstract image to be chosen as a finalist!
We received more than 52,000 submissions in our 2017 It's Amazing Out There Photo Contest. Both professional and amateur photographers alike entered their best weather, nature and adventure photos for a chance to win the $15,000 grand prize.
We narrowed down the submissions to 41 finalists, and from there, a panel of star judges selected our three winners.
Published in Popular Photography Magazine in the September 2016 issue "Your Best Shot"
Here's the best reader photo's of the month on Popular Photography Magazines website (link below). My "Emerging Sunflower" made the list. That photo ended up winning 3rd place out of 3,000 plus images submitted.
My "Condensation Abstract" used by Popular Photography Magazine to promote their "Your Best Shot" photography contest. (09/01/15).
Keynote Speaker at the Ward Museum's "Art in Nature Festival" (08/07/15).
Thanks for uploading your project called Oil and Gas Abstracts. We've just published it on LensCulture,
Jim Casper and the Editorial Team at LensCulture (12/11/2014).
I was published in a National Geographic story titled "Macro" on November 24, 2014.. 16,000 entries were submitted to the assignment and only 17 images were selected for the story. I'm honored to have been chosen as one of them. The link to the story is right below this paragraph.
My "Stairwell" image will be appearing in Popular Photography magazines new book titled, "How to Photograph Everything". It will be a gorgeous, full-color book that demystifies the image-making techniques behind dazzling photographs of all kinds. The book’s goal is to provide readers with everything they need to know to capture the