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Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print

Elizabeth Milner, Oregon
Member Since May 2008
Artist Statement My father was an amateur photographer with his own darkroom, so I was surrounded by photography from a very early age. The first camera I can remember using was one that took Kodak Disc film, when I was about nine years old. By the time I was twelve I had a 35mm point-and-shoot camera, and I got my first SLR - a Pentax p30t - at the age of 15.

I continued with film through the high school Yearbook club and into the Photojournalism program at RIT, but circumstances dictated a change of major. Instead of a vocation photography continued as an avocation, and I continued to enter (and sometimes place in) photography contests. I was also published in the "Best of Photography Annual 1997" by Photographer's Forum.

In 2003 I finally went digital, albeit with a compact Pentax S4. In 2006 I bought my first digital SLR-type camera - a Konica Minolta Dimage A2 - and at the end of 2008 I got my first full interchangeable DSLR, an Olympus e-520. A few years later it was joined by an Olympus E3.

In 2019 I started another visual arts avocation: watercolor painting. High-quality scanning enable those images to be printed and framed as well, and some of them will be offered here.


Product No 1908452
Subjects Animals, Birds, Wildlife
Style Comic
Tags Elizabeth, Milner, beak, bird, eyes, goose, oxford, river, silly, thames, water, white