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98 pages of the digital photography of Daniel E. Stone.
From the foreword:
"I have always been considered an "artist" from an early age. Sketching, drawing, painting, playing musical instruments. Photography has always been one of my favorite mediums for expressing myself. I remember "borrowing" a camera from my step-father when I was younger, and pretending to take pictures all over the neighborhood.
In this collection of photographs, you will see that I enjoy "still" or "natural" subjects. I find that working with these types of subjects, keeps me sane. They can't talk back to me about "is this my good side?" or "make my behind smaller!". Don't get me wrong; I love taking photographs of people, just as long as they don't know that I'm taking them." :)
Características y detalles
- Categoría Arte y fotografía
Apaisado estándar, 25×20 cm
- Fecha de publicación ago. 18, 2010
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I have always been considered an "artist" from an early age. Sketching, drawing, painting, playing musical instruments. Photography has always been one of my favorite mediums for expressing myself. I remember "borrowing" a camera from my step-father when I was younger, and pretending to take pictures all over the neighborhood.