Please take a look at the individual portfolios, click on the PERSONAL PORTFOLIOS above for the drop down list.
Judith's personal projects encompass her love of the photography medium She considers photography her occupation as well as something she does just for the shear pleasure and enjoyment.
Personal photographic projects (those not related to any commercial, assignment or fine art body of work) keep me experimenting, having fun, enjoying the images and the process and learning new techniques and styles. It's a way for me to just enjoy the process, relax and visually explore. It's refreshing, envigorating and so much fun. Sometimes the location is exotic and far-off, sometiems the location is my own backyard, but where ever I am - being a photographer is a compelling experience.
Photographic IMAGES are available in a variety of subjects: architecture, landscape, conceptual, impressionistic, travel, studio, still life, and from a variety of locations including Atlanta, North Georgia, Coastal Georgia, China (Beijing, Shanghai, Hunan), New York City, Italy (Tuscany, Umbria, Florence), Paris, France (Normandy, Provence, the Carmargue) and a few other locations. She is also available for personal commissions throughout the South East United States or even your destination location anywhere in the world.
All of the photography in the personal portfolios is suitable for your display in your home, office, hotel, restaurant and other locations. All images are available as Limited Edition Photographic Prints in a variety of sizes, please contact us for more info and to discuss your print needs. Framing and installation in the Atlanta area is also available.
As far as can be ascertained, it was Sir John Herschel in a lecture before the Royal Society of London, on March 14, 1839 who made the word "photography" known to the world. The word photography is based on the Greek (photos) "light" and (graphé) "representation by means of lines" or "drawing", together meaning "drawing with light".
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