I switched to digital full-time when the Olympus E-10 came out and never looked back! I like this kind of photography because I enjoy the challenge of capturing the moment while dealing with variable lighting conditions and rapid movement.I shoot part-time for a network of hyper-local news sites operated by South King Media which include the B-Town Blog and Waterland Blog among others.The rights of private property, personal liberty, and personal security – birthrights, all of them, of American citizens – are distinctly inconsistent with the unlicensed use of the instantaneous process.’ Beyond ethics and etiquette, Belfast Street Photography (Slugger O’Toole, ) and the responses it has drawn, calls attention to the perplexities of social interaction between strangers in so much of contemporary life.The article celebrates individual rights in a free society – “…you don’t have to ask for their permission!Law and I were anxious to get the conversation started.We spoke on Sunday, the same day as the Oscars, where the specter of race hung over everything like a noose on a poplar tree.
He currently resides in Chattanooga, TN where you can find his art gallery. You may not have the artistic ability – not to mention patience – to build yourself a one-of-a-kind sculpture made from shingles torn off your house during a re-roofing project, but you can at least make an eco-friendly choice by having them recycled rather than dropped off at the landfill. Here are several of Petrey’s whimsical creations You can see the process of how Petrey goes from junkyard to masterpiece by checking out the interview with a local public television station below: All images courtesy of John Petrey. See other one-of-a-kind dresses made from trash here.Some of his work is even recognizable by the kiddies, such as the 65-inch tall sculpture made from patina copper and steel resembling the dress worn by Princess Merida of Disney’s Brave.John Petrey began his career in art as a photographer dating back to the early 1980s and soon became nationally recognized in his field. Cette formule qui donne à la photographie toutes ses lettres de noblesse et la sort de l’ombre des arts dits « majeurs » tels que la peinture ou la sculpture est attribuée à Ansel Adams (1902-1984) qui a fait carrière en immortalisant les grands espaces de l’ouest américain, imposant ainsi une référence de ce qui peut se faire en noir et blanc.I’m a long-time Olympus photographer, dating back to ancient times when film ruled the Earth!
By 2003, he switched his focus from photography to sculpture and hasn’t looked back since.