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please do not ask to use photos for free unless you are a grad student doing research. it costs me thousands of dollars to go shooting, thousands of dollars in equipment so i am not going to work for free. this is my JOB!
you wouldn't ask your dentist to work for free, right?
this is my second flickr account. don't remember why i deleted the first one. but i have been around since about 2004.
if you don't have photos to share, then please do not follow me or fave my pics - you will be blocked.
i like little story vignettes with my photos - i like to know something about who i am photographing, or even why. i like to talk.
cindy sherman said something to the effect — "some people make a straightforward image, documenting what they see, but i think it is more interesting to show something you might never see."
i like to think i walk both sides of the line.
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Lara is an amazing photographer as well as writer! Living in the same area, she has opened my eyes about lots of places I didn't know existed to shoot! Her work is so versatile, anything from beautiful desert flower macros, to RT 66! I always look forward to seeing what she will post next and am never disappointed :-)
I respect this lady's work immensely. She is inspiring me on an ongoing daily basis to shoot the works, and be more creative. She sets a mood with her approach. Each photograph is a work of art, a one of a kind, a masterwork!
RSG Photography is what happens when you take one part vibrancy, two parts hue and a smidgen of wildflower color, mix in three parts graveyard statuary: slightly aged and blend in a dash or two of black and white tones. Fold in an entire mix of composition and whamo. ART. I have always taken pride in my statuary wor… Read more
RSG Photography is what happens when you take one part vibrancy, two parts hue and a smidgen of wildflower color, mix in three parts graveyard statuary: slightly aged and blend in a dash or two of black and white tones. Fold in an entire mix of composition and whamo. ART. I have always taken pride in my statuary work. I thought I pretty much had this area covered as far as giving the statuary a bit of life and emotion. Then out of nowhere RSG comes in shooting from the hip with such vibrant colors and DoF on her statuary work that I’m left feeling that there is a new sheriff in town. You surely must take a stroll through her archives, not to mention her photo website. Truly emotional lens work.Read less