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Doug Henderson is a professional architectural photographer based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, available for assignment locally, and world-wide.
He is an extensively experienced photographer, a professional since 1985. He has worked all over the USA, in South Africa, Ghana, the Ivory Coast, Senegal, The Gambia, Ecuador, Uganda, Romania, the Andes, the Amazon Rainforest, Columbia, the Galapagos Islands and the Yucatan Penninsula.
His work has appeared in The New York Times, National Enquirer, National Examiner, Oklahoma Today, Tulsa World among others.. His photography of the 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing appeared in Newsweek, Newsweek Japan and many other publications.
His photography is also featured in several coffe-table books; Omaha; Where Imagination meets Opportunity and Tulsa, A Photographic Portrait, Black Hills, Beyond All Expectations, and Gainsville. All published by Riverbend Books of Atlanta.
Henderson is an Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop. He is the author of Photoshop
Now, Digital Photography Now, More Photoshop Now and
Photography Now, all textbooks used in high schools and tech
centers all over the United States.
One of Henderson's personal projects is photographing the castles and forts built in Africa by the Europeans during the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. His photography of these historic structures has been compiled into a book; Slavery's Castles, and a traveling exhibit; "Doors of No Return: The Remains of Africa's Slave Castles. " Doors of No Return has been exhibited at Tulsa's Philbrook Museum of Art, the Oklahoma State Capitol, and in Antwerpen, Belgium. This photography is also under consideration for inclusion in the Smithsonian Institute.
Doug lives in a rural area near Owasso, Oklahoma, in a home he designed and build, with his wife and several dogs.