Here's the prompt for this week at Sepia Saturday...a well dressed woman with an early movie camera. A photograph of a photographer. Those are always fun to capture.
Herb Way and one of his photographs in the background on display in the gallery of Black Mountain Center for the Arts. Herb is one of the professional photographers I'm pleased to know. His show is " Vietnam: Some of the People" Beautiful work!
Blog-friend and photographer, Catherine Kerr, has this as her profile on her home page...HERE.
Another great blogger, Linda, from The View from Squirrel Ridge, uses a modified avatar (cartoon) for her identifying portrait. But there she is holding a camera!
Thank you, fellow bloggers, for allowing me to share your photos of yourselves! I love looking at your work on your blog every day. This is the "now." For "then," the sepia folks have some great old photos to share.
One photo-blogger's post included this composite of the photographer at work, but there haven't been any updates on her blog (HERE) since April 2016.
And here is one of my favorite photographers, not because of his personality, nor all of his art, but because his subject was actually a favorite artist, as well as his wife.
Georgia O'Keefe and Alfred Stieglitz 1944
Poster for Metropolitan Museum, NY. Photo taken in 1918.