Bob See explores a variety of photography with both a digital Canon EOS 7D Mark II digital camera and a film camera. This collection of images includes photos from Ireland, Machias Seal Island in Maine, Tucson Arizona, Old Sturbridge Village, the Cape Cod Canal, Myrtle Beach SC, and more.
Ask for information about a particular image and in getting it in print or notecard form.
This pair of two short videos gives brief insight into how talented artist Betty Havens paints her pet portraits with watercolor. She does her pet portraits “live on demand” at several of our events throughout the year. She’s also available for custom pet portraits.
The challenge for the week of Feb 26 to March 4, 2018 at 52Frames.com is the theme of “Depth of Field”. This is about exploring the ways in which the aperture setting on a camera cause a shallow area of focus in an image. Here’s an example done by Lisa Shea, of a flower blossom.
See how the petunia itself is in focus, while the world behind it is out of focus? This is created with a shallow depth of field. The aperture of the lens was wide open, causing that to happen.
Be sure to sign up at http://www.52frames.com so you can participate in future weekly challenges! This is a great way to stretch your photography wings :).
Congrats to Mike Zeis – his photo of the Blue Spruce Motel in upstate New York is in the Griffith Museum’s Tree Talk exhibit, Lafayette City Center Passageway, Downtown Crossing Boston Jan 30-May 30. Reception Jan 30. Open to the public 10am-6pm
A thought provoking art exhibit! BVAA members Mike and Joanne Zeis showcase images that capture forgotten places and hint at the lives of those who lived and worked within institutions. Related artifacts from the New York State Museum and Buffalo’s Museum of DisABILITY accompany their work!
The Heritage Gallery at Alternatives’ Whitin Mill
50 Douglas Rd, Whitinsville, MA
Jan 5 to Feb 23, 2018
The opening reception is on Friday, January 5th from 4:30 – 7:30pm. Come on out for wine, cheese, snacks, and to meet the artists!