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Digital Darkroom

I'm so pleased to have 7 photographs from my "Digital Darkroom" series up at Blink/Ink as one of their featured artists. Many thanks to Lynn Alexander.


  1. Congratulations!

    Most are very good. The one of you I like, especially since the camera you are holding is not as obvious.

    Have a wonderful week,

  2. Kristin,

    You really caught some great shots. The costumes and fuzzy focus with blurred edges - that semi-sepia coloring all works together so well. The pictures had movement - told a story - GREAT work.


  3. Thanks to both of you. I've been fortunate lately with people interested in my photography. It's fun to post the fine art as lately I've been engrossed with rather boring catalog type photography. We do what we must. Really, thanks again.


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