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July 11, 2007 CameraArts Preview Portfolios

An additional three photographers have been posted in the CameraArts web exclusives section. These Preview Portfolios are meant to give you a taste of works we will be featuring in a future issue of CameraArts.

Karen Divine uses digital manipulation to create her dream-like images, which can be viewed here. Julio Hardy creates uniquely stunning panoramic images, and his current series is set in Malaga, Spain. Jordan Reeder uses NASA-quality photographic equipment to capture his black-and-white images of Europe on film, then processes them digitally.

We want to hear your thoughts about these photographers! And if you haven't seen the other CameraArts Preview Portfolios, check them out here and here. Don't forget to leave comments—they just may make it into a future issue of CameraArts!

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7 Comments:

At 5:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Loved Baba Yaga and Yellow Flower by Karen Divine. Very mystical and wonderful and put me in a right frame of mind!! Rebecca from Atlanta!

 
At 1:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karen Divine's works are just that: divine. The tapestry of colors, the collage of feelings that her images evoke, the power of her work are just great.

D. P. Lund

 
At 11:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I loved Jordan's black and white images, especially the ones of the Coliseum and the Louvre. His images have such depth and look very 3 dimensional. You can tell he is very technical, as the images have great tonal range, but they are also very pretty to look at.

 
At 10:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karen's art captures ones mind, giving thoughts of calmness, clairity and wonder. Elements: Calmness of Life energies; New Mexico Wall: reflection of thoughts and wonder with gentle sofness; Baba Yaga: Meditative Substance; Leaf: Relaxation of a Spring rain; Yellow Flowers: Draws the mind into a serene journey.
I would imagine that with each display of Karen's art it would bring these messages to their enviornment. You can feel her energy with each piece. Look forward to seeing more of Karen's camera art.

 
At 2:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karen's work is ethereal and complex. I love the mystery of the layers of images.

 
At 7:47 AM, Anonymous Jill Hansen said...

Jordan Reeder's work captures the images beautifully and sometimes eerily, i.e. the Louvre. The black/white allows one time to really ponder the images. Would like to experience his work in a gallery.

J.Hansen - Chicago

 
At 9:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love the mystical softness of Julio Hardy's panoramic photos, the muted colors and the side-by-side comparison of B&W and color in the same image. The photos trail off at the edges, like an unfinished sentence or a daydream - the first photo in the series does this very nicely and it is a favorite.

 

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