Title: Balancing Act
Weight: 10.0 lbs.
this is a combination of five different fractal pieces,I am just beginning to experiment with fractals. I enjoy balance and symmetry,for me the hard part is going to be to not always create a balance between point A and point B. It will be fun and interesting to see how my abstract fractals evolve as I play around with the fractals
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Camille Livingston Lopez is my name. I was born in Massachusetts,moved to Kansas as a young teen, and now reside in sunny California. I first was introduced to photography as a very young child. My mother was a freelance photographer with a darkroom of her own,I used to help her develop her work. The dawning of the computer age opened my eyes to scanning photographs onto my computer and editing them. The arrival of the digital camera excited my passion for beauty. I soon found myself needing to capture the essence of the environment in which I found myself. The digital camera allowed me to hone my skill in recreating what I saw in my minds eye. I draw and paint in oils as a hobby,it is this mind set that allows me to see photographs as art rather then just a picture to shoot. I love every aspect of photography and eagerly look forward to each new experience to help me advance in my chosen field.
I believe photography should be seen by an artist point of view
I studied both photography and graphic arts at a local collage
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