Dwight Cendrowski Photography LLC
2870 Easy Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104-6532
(Ann Arbor is about 40 miles west of downtown Detroit in Southeastern Michigan)
Dwight began photographing for newspapers, hospitals and other clients in 1978. His business has grown to include national and international clients, including corporations, ad agencies and magazines. He combines an eye for candid photojournalism with extensive lighting expertise to provide striking photographs for print and electronic uses. Besides Michigan, Dwight covers the region and travels throughout the United States. He also has international travel experience, photographing in Europe, Asia and Africa.
Dwight has always been a writer. He majored in journalism at the University of Michigan, and continues to use those skills for photo stories and writing/photo packages for company magazines. You'll find a number of other writing samples throughout this web site. You can check out some of his musings at his blog. In addition he provides digital video services. He brings the same eye and post production skills to the production of HD videos for companies, agencies and colleges.
Dwight has been an active member of the American Society of Media Photographers, or ASMP, for more than 30 years. It's the premier trade association for some of the best photographers in the country. He's taught courses on the Business of Photography and a Studio Portraits class at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor. He has also conducted classes and workshops on digital photography.
Dwight lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan with his wife Victoria, longtime fitness professional and yoga instructor. His daughter Chelsea is also a yoga teacher as well as a nurse at the University of Michigan hospital here in Ann Arbor. Older children are Scott, formerly the China correspondent for Fortune magazine and now a financial analyist in Los Angeles, and Courtney, a professor in social psychology at the University of California Santa Cruz.
Dwight continues to enjoy playing the piano and accordion. He'd especially like to talk to you if you're an accordion player from way back!
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