Ethereal Vision was created for the enjoyment of family and friends, and all those who we have met through our lives, and those who may still cross our path. To share our experiences photographically, and enable friends and others to put our work in their homes and offices for their pleasure, is rewarding for us to know.
Walls surround us wherever we are. How important it is to fill those empty spaces with photographs that take us out of our daily routine, and put us into the far away places in our imagination. Images inspire us to escape into a different world, or simply add some personal meaning to the surroundings we inhabit.
It’s always interesting to hear the comments people have about the various images, and what strikes a chord in them. For those of you who do find a special relationship to an image, we are privileged to have touched your heart, and maybe in our own little way, have added some joy to your life.
Enjoy the galleries. All images can be purchased in a variety of sizes, finishes, and options. There are also numerous merchandise items that may be of interest, as well as downloads for personal or commercial use.
For any other comments or questions please use the “contact” page to get hold of us.
The Ethereal Vision Team
Welcome to our Ethereal Vision Photography website. My name is Mitch Diamond and I am one of the co-founders.
Ever since I was young I found myself drawn to the adventure of “the road” with National Geographic magazine as my inspirational travel guide. After my high school years I set off for my “education abroad” hoping to combine my interest in photography with my passion for travel. Backpacking around the globe for many years I was able to experience countless cultures, creating incredible memories to last a lifetime. I developed my photographic vision throughout those journeys, and eventually made a successful transition into the world of stock photography. Since those early days I have had the good fortune of being accepted into numerous photo agencies, and have had my work published worldwide on a regular basis.
Recently though, I have grown tired of the numbers game that is stock photography, and wanted something more personally fulfilling. I am now focusing on the “fine art” photography world, and hope to continue in this direction. Although my days of really roughing it seem to have passed me by, I am still very excited about this new venture, and plan to get out on the road as often as possible.
Hope you enjoy the images, and if you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact me at any time.
As for me, I simply like to take pictures!
During high school, it was my ‘photo class’ experience, when photography started to be more than just point and shoot. Then the summer before college I worked for a large camera manufacturer, in the lens department, and I interacted with many technicians and photographers. And in college I took several photography courses, which resulted in spending way too much time thinking and planning ‘image capture’.
In the end, I realized that I shouldn’t think about it that much. Spending my time shooting the same subject with the same technique just wasn’t that exciting. While I value my education and professional experience it is the basics that make it worthwhile…. To take pictures and share them with friends and family.