I remember my high school years driving down what was called hamburger row or hamburger lane. It was the section of town that had nothing but places to get a quick bite to eat. One very popular place was Frisch's Big Boy. Some would drive-thru and get hamburgers, milkshakes, and other great food to go. But the best memories were made by those who parked. Food would be brought out to you on the classic drive-in trays that rested on your car window. Lots of kids would meet after school or in the evening just to hang out together. (Tied 2nd Place Winner 9/9/12: Vintage America - New Group Logo Contest)
I have been a photographer for many years. For so long, in fact, that I can no longer imagine my life without a camera to capture its special moments. It took me quite some time before I was able to connect myself to being an artist, because in my mind a photographer and an artist were two distinctly different things. While they were both creative, they used entirely different processes to achieve their artistic goals. Over time, however, I have recognized the remarkable similarities in the way that we look at visual elements such as composition, colors, lines, and light. I have come to understand that what constitutes fine art stands apart from whatever techniques that we artists use to ultimately reach that special place.
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