Detroit Photographer Detroit Editorial Photographer
Duane Burleson
Shortstop Jose Iglesias of the Detroit Tigers falls to the ground after catching a fly ball hit by Gregory Polanco of the Pittsburgh
Pirates and colliding with left fielder Victor Reyes at Comerica Park on April 1, 2018 in Detroit.
























Detroit Photographer Duane Burleson has more than 30 years experience in corporate, editorial, public relations and sports photography. Assignments such as fast paced public relations events, commercial photography, an annual report or professional sports Duane can create the photographs you need. Specializing in digital photography for more than 14 years, he currently creates high resolution images with Canon EOS digital cameras, allowing immediate image transmission to meet tight deadlines. His clients include The Associated Press, Major League Baseball, Sports Illustrated, Tremco Incorporated - a division of RPM International, The Sporting News and Harris Publications. He has been published in many newspapers, a small sample includes USA Today, New York Times and Chicago Tribune. Many of his nature and wildlife images displayed throughout this site are available for stock or as limited edition prints.

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Nature and Travel Stock PhotographyMany of my images are available for licensing through Duane Burleson's Stock Photography at Alamy Images. Download our images 24/7 from Alamy - a leading portal for both general and specialist images.

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Updated June 19, 2018