Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Blog Guelph: in the dark

Made in Guelph - Crevicehead / Erin

in the dark Originally uploaded by crevicehead

I am pleased to showcase some selected images from Erin's stream. There are a number of incredibly remarkable things about Erin's photography and it was difficult to present the depth of amazingness in this abbreviated forum. She certainly shoots a variety of subjects that she shoots in an equality varied manner. There is a profound peace and tranquility that inheres her images regardless of subject matter. This feeling manifests itself through her sensitive but strong use of tone and the very settled nature to her composition. Imparted into her images is a sense that she saw her subject for some time before she took the photograph, and still continues to see it through the image. Her work really speaks to an inner exploration of the world she experiences, of how her camera captures those experiences, and how the final image communicates that experience. Erin really seems like one of those photographers that happens to be very comfortable learning a new piece of equipment, be it for recording or processing, and adopts and adapts it to her vision with ease and grace. So thank you Erin, for being persistent in evolving your work, for having the confidence to explore your avenues, and for sharing your images. She has a really beautiful and diverse stream which I suggest you take a look through.

Hope you are all having a wonderful day,

Paula Russell

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