I’m home sick today, but I do have good news to share. 🙂 I found out this week that I was nominated for the Royal Photographic Society’s 100 Heroines. <3 http://www.rps100heroines.org/about/
Fascinating!! If you are interested in alternative processes, this is definitely worth a few minutes read. “Bradley was fascinated by the fact that the analog photographic process, widely thought of as genuine and authentic, showed a twisted version of reality.” https://fstoppers.com/film/cultural-tattoos-invisible-wet-collodion-prints-259738
If you could have any medium format FILM camera, what would you choose? And why? 🙂 See the discussion we had over on FB by clicking below.
“Failure must be a part of everything. If you are lucky enough to survive a failure or a loss, you will be stronger. And your new self-confidence makes the impossible suddenly more possible.” I love these write-ups. The brief, if distorted, peek into the mind of other artists. In this case, Anders Petersen. http://www.bjp-online.com/2017/08/any-answers-anders-petersen/
Some places leave a mark on your heart. There are a couple of places left on the Kerry Workshop in Ireland, later this month. If you are interested, send me an email for details.
I was sad not to be able to make it to the states this summer. I have a rather large landscape photography deficit in my 2017… I expect to be back next summer to teach a couple of landscape workshops, including this gorgeous location in South Carolina. Details for this photo are: Sony A7r2, FE […]
One of my greatest photography fascinations is the question of what constitutes a portrait. While we are accustomed to portraits including a person’s face, I hold that a face is not necessary to visually express a person’s identity. The example below goes a bit far, even for my lenient interpretation of what a portrait is […]
I am very happy to say that I have been accepted into the Masters of Fine Art Photography program at UCA! I’m feeling both excited and nervous!