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Snapseed

I have posted John Bennett photos that he has taken of me while we are out an about on earlier posts (the category Camera Obscura is where you will find them). But alas… now here you can see what I’ve … Continue reading

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John Bennett is at it again, and again…

So our photography teacher John Bennett is kind of a nut.  Well, and also a good friend (despite his belittling rancor about my lack of ability on the racquetball court).  His I-phone and specifically the camera on it is used … Continue reading

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Cameron Seipp’s Portrait of the Artist

This image was shot in the drawing and painting room by Cameron, yet another intermediate photography student.  I like how he blew out the color and contrast on the image.  The couch is a ratty thing that rendered so dark, … Continue reading

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Austin Tott’s Portrait of the Artist

Shocking really.  Austin Tott is a VERY talented student that we have who has been working on a 365 photo project where he is creating one photo a day.  Having seen his work, and the sense of adventure in his … Continue reading

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Nicole Johnson’s Portrait of the Artist

Here is yet another photo by one of the intermediate photography students.  I found this quote and thought you’d find it appropriate: Gustave Flaubert to Louise Colet, August 1846:  “What stops me from taking myself seriously, even though I’m essentially … Continue reading

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A John Bennett Portrait

Now, our photo teacher at the University has done this one time before to me. Not just taken a picture of me, he’s done that more than once, but John has offered me up as a “project” for his photo … Continue reading

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