Looking at the trends of the Lenscratch Favorite Photograph Exhibition and forming a new call for a yearly toy photography exhibition.
I sent in a photo this year to Lenscratch's Favorite Photos exhibition. I chose a recent image I'd made, which tends to be how my favorites go .
A representation of clinging to childhood. A figure reaches up to an oversize horse. A hand reaches down to grab the horse and take it away.
The leaves below her feet part for her. There's a galaxy in the Octopus's eye, a symbol of what's to come, what will open up.
Here's a complete walk-through of how I composed this single photo, which may give you some insight into my process overall.
I got to sneak away for just a little bit, right before sunset, this past Wednesday, and visit my cherished Central Park Rose Garden in Schenectady, NY. I went for the first time last June, and wasn't sure what a Fall garden would bring. I was pleasantly surprised by the blooms. Can you spot the... Continue Reading →
It's no secret that the backdrops I most often use in my photos are simply sheets of scrapbook paper. My favorite is glitter scrapbook paper. Turn it just a bit and it catches the light in such wonderful ways. I've used iridescent scrapbook paper recently too, which can be turned just about any color based... Continue Reading →