Photo by Carol Eckstein
This was taken at Pastels on the Plaza, a local fundraiser.
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© 2000 Carol Eckstein
Photo by Jane Linders
I shot this photo at the Missouri Botanical Gardens in St. Louis , Missouri. I call the photo "Henry's Dreams" because it is a photo of Henry Shaw (founder of the Botanical Gardens). The photo was shot through glass at Henry Shaw's mausoleum. The marbled walls reflected the garden out side and gives the photo a double - exposure, dreamlike quality.
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© 2000 Jane Linders
Chair - Mogollon, New Mexico
photograph by John Werner
This photo was taken in a New Mexico ghost town called Mogollon, one of my favorite places in the world. There is an "new" section of the town which is still occupied and an "old" abandoned section which luckily evades the tourist crowd and aids in its preservation. The multiple textures in the many old buildings there are a photographer's dream. These photos were some of my first experiments in infrared. The infrared adds to the overall luminosity of the photos. Vegetation appears almost white, and skies and clouds are highly contrasted. The infrared is especially good for capturing the beautiful old wood textures in the sunlight, which adds to a mysterious appearance. It also contributes to the "old" effect when capturing the images.
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© 2000 John Werner
Photograph by Kelly LaPage
My husband and I took our five children up in the Adirondack Mountains in New York. This is where my husband went camping and fishing growing up. He wanted to bring our family to keep the tradition alive. The picture really doesn't describe the beauty that is up there, but this picture I took of the water coming down the mountain is just beautiful. I hope you like it as much as I did.
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© 2000 Kelly LaPage
photograph by Michael Dzaman
This photo was produced for use in an Annual Report by utilizing both conventional film techniques and digital enhancements. Once recorded on color transparency film, the image was brought into the computer for minor color adjustments and light retouching.The drop on the upper right side is intentional - to create a bit of tension.
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To see more of Michael's work, visit his website: www.dzamanphoto.com
© 2000 Michael Dzaman
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