The show is almost done for the season, but the Ohio trees have given a stunning performance to end the year. I was pretty busy the last couple months and wasn’t able to get out too much, but recently I’ve been able to sneak out a couple times to work
As anybody close to me knows, I’m not a morning person and most definitely on the weekends. So when I decided one cold day to get up early and get downtown before the sunrise to take pictures on a Saturday morning, I thought there might be something wrong with me.
Over the last ten weeks I have been taking a digital photography class at the local art college, Columbus College of Art and Design. Considering I already have my B.A. in Visual Arts and I take photographs all the time, some have asked, “Why do you need a photography class?”
Chemistry + Photography + Paper = Art I’m super excited about these! They are called, Cyanotypes.
Last weekend I went to a tour headed by the Young Preservationists Society and learned lots of more info on this fair midwest city of Columbus. Of course it was also a great opportunity to take some shots in some usual and unique locations – from the State House to
Raindrops and flower buds. This is Earth giving us another chance. Shot on Canon xsi rebel 55-250mm, 4/2018
I had no idea that last June, when I took a serendipitous drive to a park to take some shots of the sunset, that it would change the course of my work this year. On a whim I submitted this photograph to a juried exhibition late last year and this
All photographs shot with a Canon Rebel xsi and a iPhone 6.
Today was all about Thanksgiving leftovers and a spontaneous drive to chase the sunset. All photographs shot with a Canon Rebel xsi