Plane Images. Tucson International Airport, Concourse B Gallery. March 1 - May 31, 2016
Each person living or hanging out on the streets has a story to tell. Photographing a face with character in a setting that captures the viewers interest is a special moment for a photographer.
Years ago I learned photography using film and processing in a darkroom . I've spent the last several years playing "catch up" with digital. Such fun it has been.
Years ago I purchased a shoe box of 4x5 glass plates and acetate negatives resulting in a fascinating study of the world of an early 20th century amateur photographer, Maud Thompson Arnold. I've now digitized the collection.
I love all things aviation. Here I present images of airplanes with a slightly abstract perspective.
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These kaleidoscopic reflections are from the surface of Cloud Gate, a stainless steel sculpture by Anish Kapoor, to create fractured abstract images.