I've been in the midst of a very art-heavy semester. There are so many new mediums and techniques being explored right now. I wish I could show you everything but it's all just process junk right now.
One of my classes is Digital Art. I'm in love with it. I have had a lot of fun so far making things like this:
This graphic was created from scratch. The iris is a compilation of photographs I've taken of trees, actually. It all came together and bloomed (via large format printer) into a cool trio of stickers.
Some digital artwork created from photographs I've taken...
This is a self portrait using scanning techniques - not photoshop.
Women's March - Dallas, Texas
Photography by S. Johnson
See many, many more on my FACEBOOK (click)
I have to say, this "winter" we're having has been amazing. While it's been havoc on my allergies, the brief breaks of cold with these 70+ degree days has been more than welcome.
The hubby, wonder pooch, and I walked around the trails in Arlington, Texas, yesterday. It was perfection.
If you're looking for RF/Stock photography or some digital art, check out my many options, below:
I'm often asked what brand of camera I use.
I've been a fan of Sony my entire adult shooting career. As a child, when first introduced to photography, I had Minolta or Pentax type goods... naturally, that molds well with Sony. I actually have a bunch of old Minolta lenses that are usable on my Sony body.
I'm currently still living in my Sony Alpha 58. I've used her for a lot of frames, for sure.
One day I'll get to move up to full frame and get the Sony Alpha 99.
What a dream that would be.
In the meantime, I'm enjoying what a new Sigma lens as well as my Sony Macro lens built for my camera.
No matter the brand you pick, though, it's still about the photographer.
Just like a pan doesn't make the chef's meal great, a camera doesn't make the photo great in the end - it's the one operating it.
Be well. Love each other.
I'm excited to share that I have another growing Stock Photo / RF / RM library.
Now on PhotoShelter!
You can click the above link to see my Photoshelter photography home.
I will offer 2 options of visual art, here:
1) Royalty Free (RF) Stock - as low as $25 per image. Catagories are being labeled, tagged, and made available so check back often to see new work. You can, right now, see photos available in Nature, Macro, and Food & Beverage.
2) Digital Art - I'm growing in Digital Art options: scans, illustrations and vectors; and, I will be offering those (Rights Managed) here, too.
I'm organizing them all by categories to, hopefully, make it easier for you to browse. As always, requests can be managed via email.
I will always be growing on my iStock/Getty portfolio, as well. This one has over 700 images, now.
Digital Art by me comprised of original photography by me.
Scribble Heart - design available in my Zazzle Store.
Valentine's Day is coming
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The meandering ramblings of a Dallas-based visual artist.