The Dog Man a mystery
by William H. Etheridge Jr
I have noticed that photographers are also creative in other areas and so I am inclined to collect the other works of art as well. This was written by our very own CMC photographer William.
Artwork in the LondonHouse in our room 1010
One of the models in my photography group. I really enjoyed this class and I learned some things too.
Why Does Summer Seem So Short?
We had so much fun this summer!
Why does it have to end so soon....
Hard Shadows #3
Here's another model at my class. The models are constantly moving and it's not easy getting a shot with the light catching their eyes.
I like this shot because the model saw me put my camera down when the guys all moved in to get close-ups and when they moved back and they were looking at their cameras she looked at me and started moving in different positions. My camera zooms so I did not have to get close to the models, which I prefer.
Hard Shadows #2
Here's a close up of the model in my class.
My kind of town
Hard Shadows was the name of this photography class. It turns out I have a new love ~ models in shadows ~
And it was here at capturemychicago that I discovered I love abstracts. This was really fun.
What Do Plants Need?
I thought it was just a giant watering can.
Kids always amaze me.
The Thunderbirds Over Navy Pier
Four Thunderbirds streaking across the sky past the new ferris wheel. The other two are somewhere and sometimes you see them and then hear the noise. They are really fast. The last time they were at The Chicago Air & Water Show was in 2011.
I've loved taking photos since I can remember! I love art too, anything artistic. I have so enjoyed capturemychicago! I have learned so much. I hope to improve and have fun doing it. I will never look at three things in a row or a seagull or a leaf the same way ever again thanks to the many wonderful photographers. Thanks to everyone who has been so kind. I have so enjoyed looking at the abstracts, fisheyes, B&W's, and of course HDR photos! I have a deeper appreciation for nature now and have seen more beauty in the world even if it's only in my own backyard but mostly in your photos. Thanks for enlightening me! And I'm sorry I didn't have my camera with me tonight because the moon looked awesome rising. But I smiled because I am hoping someone else captured it tonight for me to enjoy! Thanks capturemychicago! You made my year!