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Mark Tisdale Photography
I’m a native of rural Middle Georgia and currently living there again after 10 years in the Metro Atlanta area. I don’t remember the first time I held a camera, but it was only recently that I became truly enamored with this art. That passion to go further developed on the heels of my first international travel in 2004.
I learned the basics in a classroom, but the rest has been picked up as a result of continual practice, the only way to learn any art form. This exercise has been accompanied by observation and discussion with other artists in multiple forums.
For me there is something magical about capturing a single moment and preserving it for others to see and appreciate. When someone has a reaction to my work, that moment of connection makes it worthwhile. I’ve been described by some as a jack of all trades, but photography is the only craft I’ve had the desire to master.The object of my work is to capture the emotion of a moment in a photographic medium.
My principle interest is travel photography, but necessity has required that I exercise my creative needs on more accessible sites. Of special interest has been examples of fading Americana, industrial scenes, rural imagery, and natural landscapes.
Ways to Follow my work
- My website – Mark Tisdale Photography
- My blog – Mark Tisdale Blog
- Facebook – Mark Tisdale Photography on Facebook
- Twitter – Mark Tisdale on Twitter
To contact directly Email Me
A few days ago I posted this to my main journal but wanted to link to it here as well. If you’d like to help me, give this link a read and share along even if you can’t help directly: / For The Victims in Aurora / And FYI, yes, it includes sales of the same print here on Redbubble: / PS: Most of my posts go to my primary blog, if you’d like to stay up to date, there are options …
I kept hoping that Redbubble would one day give us a way to batch edit our prices/products again, but I guess that is a dream world! After we got the ability to assign different mark-ups to different product types, I kept hoping again that the option to batch edit would soon appear. If it does, it’s only because I just went through every single item in my portfolio and enabled cards. It did…
I suppose I’m on a journal binge today, two for one special! / Thought I’d point out a little project I’m working on: / You’ve probably heard of the 365 day self-portrait challenges, and there are similar challenges where people take a picture a day or maybe photo a particular item in a new situation every day. And I marvel at the stick-to-it of people doing one of those …
Well, in a roundabout way, I can thank Redbubble for giving me the kick-start I needed to revisit prints fulfillment and to do the last piece of a revamp I toyed with when I was recently redesigning my website. Specifically, the news about the limiting of our tags was what was the final straw. Although I do not see how lessening our ability to describe work can help people find our art, it wasn…