Lights, Camera, Still Shots, and Action
“Do you see what I see?”
Art through a camera’s lens: A wide range of subjects and methods of photography, and lighting. From panoramic shots, to macro photography. Digital and Traditional art.
Many years ago, I was given a novelty camera for my 8th birthday. To my surprise it actually took pictures! Not great ones, but enough to get me started. From there I learned how to develop both film and prints.(Preferred B&W for this, as amber or red lights could be used) I will always have a special place in my heart for B&W photography. It’s easier to get a spectacular and vivid color image, but it’s a bit trickier to get an eye catching B&W. Even with the age of digital imaging, I tend to take photographs as if they are still film and I am on a tight budget. It tends to make me wait for that just right shot.
I took my love of photography and put it to use, and got a graphic arts degree. My talents of drawing, painting and layouts came in handy when we were assigned projects that had to be designed from scratch.
I am originally from the US, and moved to the land of roos and wallabies in 2000.
I tend to have a strange eye when it comes to selecting photographic subjects, finding beauty in some rather different subjects. A friend of mine told me I was a “Zen photographer”, and yes, I took it as a compliment.
Fire Performance Artists at Bennion Beach, Trigg, W.A.
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