BetterPhoto Member: linda ozag


member since August 08, 2005

Travel light, only take what you need. Extras will only confuse you and the moment will be lost fiddling around in your camera bag. Be ready, have the necessary filter already on your camera.

-linda ozag

 maize

maize
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gato

gato
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what-me-worry

what-me-worry
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toast

toast
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 copy of hot

copy of hot
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click

click
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8-ball

8-ball
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Hoyne Ave.

Hoyne Ave.
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 Walk Around

Walk Around
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gold dress

gold dress
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blue dress

blue dress
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strange place

strange place
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 tamales

tamales
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zoo

zoo
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Hoyne Ave.

Hoyne Ave.
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dinner

dinner
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 treasure

treasure
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past

past
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bean

bean
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shades

shades
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 special hot dog

special hot dog
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St. Clement Churc...

St. Clement Churc...
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Red Jackets and O...

Red Jackets and O...
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Mexican Market

Mexican Market
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 Lincoln Park, Chi...

Lincoln Park, Chi...
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Graceland  Cemeta...


Graceland Cemeta...
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Lincoln Park farm...

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Lincoln Park Farm

Lincoln Park Farm
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 Geranium, Burano,...

Geranium, Burano,...
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Spring Clean Up, ...

Spring Clean Up, ...
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From the 23rd Flo...

From the 23rd Flo...
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hole


hole
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 Click it or Ticke...


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100 year plant

100 year plant
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Gate to Heaven

Gate to Heaven
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La Borda Hotel

La Borda Hotel
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 My Old VW Love

My Old VW Love
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Noon on a Roof

Noon on a Roof
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My  VW

My VW
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Bio

My dad and uncle were always taking photographs, making movies, and entering them in contests.
I started in the basement darkroom with my dad at age 10. It was very exciting to develop the pictures, like magic. And the feeling of taking a photo still is a magical experience for me.
I always wanted to be involved with making photos or movies. I was an intern at Warner Brother Studios, I mentored with Eliot Porter in Maine, and I worked in the photo and video labs in college. I used to carry my movie camera and still 35mm cameras around in my big heavy bag everyday.
Throughout my 34 plus years teaching, I took movies and stills of everything dealing with my students. Now I always carry a small digital camera and keep it close to easily pick up. The Nikon D70 is wonderful, sharp, and has great colro, but it is bulky. I take it only when I intend to shoot a project, otherwise it's the small Panasonic that fits into my jacket pocket.
I am now retired and have time to finally figure out how to use Photoshop.

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