Looking Into

About the Photographers

All the photographs on this blog are the property of the artists.   Please don’t steal them. Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

Jenn Taylor is a beginning photographer with an advanced passion for the art.  She is a re-patriating American living in the midwest with her husband and three children following a stay in The Netherlands. Jenn shoots with a Canon EOS 400D.

Allison Staton studied photography in Florence, Italy in the early 1990’s.  She continued to print black and white photographs for several years and misses the art of the darkroom.  She lives with her husband and three children in the United States.  Allison also shoots with a Canon EOS (Rebel XT).  She will ocasionally pull out her Pentax K1000 to give it a hug.

FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER: William Ronald Ross II

February 4 – 24, 2010

Greetings. My name is William Ronald Ross II. I was born and reared in Salt
Lake City, Utah, but currently reside in Louisville, Kentucky with my lovely
wife and two very happy children.

In my late twenties, I took a ten-day vacation with my father to Thailand,
where he handed me his camera and said, “You take the photos”, and so it
began.

My first camera was a Ricoh 35mm. I moved on to a Nikon 35mm and today, I
proudly use an older Nikon D50 DSLR but should now be paid for my
endorsement, by Nikon, with a D300s or D3s.

I’ve always been involved in art, even when my job title said otherwise. As
a gyroscopic technician, I was given the delicious task of disassembling
delicate aircraft components and sketching every finite detail for later
reassembly. What I gained from that experience was, cliché as it sounds,
seeing beyond each layer as it unfolds. As a result, I’m a self-employed
patent illustrator and photographer. It’s my job to see beyond what is in
front of me, to capture how things work and envision and convey that result.

*Guest posts are always welcome at the site and the arists warmly invite all photographers of any experience level to submit work to share.

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3 Comments »

  1. You left out the part about how they’re both gorgeous, fascinating, delightful, and awesome. Oh well. A slight oversight…

    That and people who comment are good-looking, engaging, witty and wicked awesome!! — Allison

    Comment by brillig — August 20, 2007 @ 07:47

  2. I LOVE what you are doing with this blog 🙂 I’ve got you bookmarked now! Cheers from Canada!

    Well, thank you for your kind words! Warm welcome. ~jenn and allison

    Comment by Sue — December 2, 2007 @ 21:19

  3. Thank you for inviting me into your world. I like this place.

    Comment by William (Ron) Ross — February 9, 2010 @ 21:49


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