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by Roslyn Wilkins
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Raindrops on vibrant green leaves with stained glass digital effect giving this horizontal photograph a graphic, painterly look. Watermark does not... more
1.80" W x 3.875" H x 0.90" D
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Raindrops on vibrant green leaves with stained glass digital effect giving this horizontal photograph a graphic, painterly look. Watermark does not print on final product.
I've been involved in making art in one form or another all my life... from painting and drawing to collages and ceramics. Most of my corporate working years were spent as a facilities planner and graphic designer. When I "retired" several years ago I bought my first DSLR camera... a Canon T3i (I've now upgraded to a T7i) and decided to make photography my primary form of creativity. Photography gives me an excuse to explore with a purpose. When I'm walking around with my camera I am really "seeing" as opposed to merely looking. As much as I enjoy taking photographs, perhaps my favorite part is the post processing. In the past I had some experience working in a darkroom. It was very exciting watching my black and white prints emerging...
Thank you very much!