“Thin are the night-skirts left behind By daybreak hours that onward creep, And thin, alas! the shred of sleep that wavers with the spirit’s wind: But in half-dreams that shift and roll And still, remember and forget, My soul this hour has drawn your soul A little nearer yet.” -Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882), from “Insomnia” Bedtime for Baby Girl, © 2013 by Gina Marie Lazar Lovrencevic. All rights reserved.
Categories: Animals, Art, Boxers, Color, Dead English Dudes, Dogs, Friendship, Inspiration, Love, Pets, Photography, Poetry, Portraits • Tags: Animals, Art, Boxers, Dead English Dudes, Dogs, Friendship, Inspiration, Love, Pets, Photography, Poetry, Portraits
Portraiture can be an fascinating medium for a photographer, releasing him/her from the oft-standard themes of architecture and landscape photography. This genre requires face-to-face interaction — first, a photographer must establish rapport. Next, s/he must attempt to craft images which capture the essence not only of the subjects, but also of their surroundings. The following portraits were captured in Philadelphia using a Nikon D3100. Sometimes the individuals featured were people I knew; more often they were not. A huge “thanks’ […]