Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print


Tom Shea, Washington DC
Member Since March 2007
Artist Statement I like the idea of light, the intensity, direction and shadow. Being able to capture a scene the way I see it takes timing, patience and a little bit of luck. The first camera I got was given to me by my parents, a Kodak Brownie (which I still have packed away in the attic). I started shooting with 35mm with b&w film but when I looked thru a medium format viewfinder I was hooked on square. I don't mind using 120 and 220 film until I can afford a digital back. In the meantime I also have a Nikon D200 that is moving me thru the digital world.
Around 1990 I decided to find out how the camera actually worked and took classes at a local comunity college and started taking photo workshops ranging from basic darkroom to fashion. Once introduced to strobe lighting I did a stint working for a modeling agency which was alot of work but the rewards were fantastic.

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Product No 64480
Subjects Abstract, Animals, Color, Coyotes & Wolves, Geometric, Landscape, Natural, Nature & Outdoors, Places, Seasons, Summer, United States
Style Abstract
Medium
Tags Shea, Tom, Yellowstone National Park, american west, animal tracks, basin, brown, caldera, geyser, hot, iron oxide, midway geyser basin, national park, nature, park, paw prints, rust color, steam, super volcano, tracks, volcanic caldera, water, wolf tracks, wyoming, yellowstone