About Douglas Wilks Photography

Douglas Wilks Photography is a small business in western Montana.  I specialize in making quality, affordable images using the current technology; a digital SLR, computer, and photography software.  The images are manipulated very little to correct for highlights, shadows, red eye, and cropping.  I have photographed landscapes, still life, plays, news, portraits, and events.  I am interested in improving my skills, gaining contacts, making friends, and expanding my portfolio.  I am available for part time, temporary projects, or you may purchase photos or merchandise products from one of my websites. 

My training and experience has been over 37 years of using film and 35mm cameras, and seven years using a digital SLR camera.  I have had many images published in print and online by the following; Clark Fork Valley Press, Sanders County Ledger, Voices (Plains United Methodist Church newsletter), the Inlander (an independent newspaper in Spokane, WA), and Montana Senior News.  I also have been one of the featured artists at the “Gayle Keeney Art on the Walls” juried art show, which is sponsored by the Sanders County Art Council and the Clark Fork Valley Hospital.

If you are in need of high quality images at affordable prices, please consider hiring me for your business, personal, or group photography needs.  Thank you.


1 Response to About Douglas Wilks Photography

  1. shannon browning says:

    hi doug…i nee to get my sons senior pics take very soon. sorry for such late notice! Please get back to me..i need to know some prices an avaliabilty…my #240-2632. thanks Doug

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