Print Making with Cyanotype
Cyanotype Print

Print Making with Cyanotype

I am experimenting with the Cyanotype photographic process to make some rudimentary prints. The images here are my first effort. I heard about cyanotype from an artist in my cohort,…

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A quick way to get centered
Getting grounded in the evening sunset.

A quick way to get centered

We all get in our heads. Whether it is the outside world infringing on our perceived freedom, or pushing hard to accomplish things that our lives are built around. Whatever…

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Do What You Love!
Close-up of Gerbera Flower.

Do What You Love!

I love shooting flowers, but in a particular way. Set up indoors to get close-up without the interference of harsh sun, wind, rain or bugs. Honestly, I haven't embraced my…

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The Gift of BLM
Oil in Water

The Gift of BLM

Through the Black Lives Matter movement, there is an awareness of racial contrast waking up in a world that thought itself awoke. As I sit here in the computer bubble…

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The Tools in Your Toolbox
Primary colors, red, blue and yellow.

The Tools in Your Toolbox

As developing creative artists, we often tend to compare our work to the work of other creatives and come up short. We photographers think, 'I need to learn this new…

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Morocco Masala
Woman in a burqua walks with tiled designs in background

Morocco Masala

I grew up in Karachi, Pakistan and as my family was Catholic, I was not subject to wearing a full burqa. However, as a thinking, curious and passionate female human,…

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