BetterPhoto Member: John C. Schwentner


member since July 24, 2004

Portraits mainly. Also like unique and one of a kind shots. I always am looking for the accidental shot which is the best one you ever took. You only get 1 masterpiece out of a thousand. Digital makes that a lot easier nowdays.

-John C. Schwentner

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My Latest Flame
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Mary

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Black Cat

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 I get Good

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Mary In Pastel

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Mirror of Mary
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My Misty Mary

My Misty Mary
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Color Me Hungry

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Bio

Have always been a hobby photographer. I like mostly portraiture, and I do occasional work in that area professionally. Digital makes it quicker and easier nowdays, but I still believe knowing the camera and the basics of photography is the best skill. My goal was always to be the best I could be with a camera, and not relying on post-correction. Digital Imagery is just that, and it has it's place, but I don't believe it should be considered pure photography "Photography is the technique of recording and generating permanent images, by the capturing and preservation of physical stimulus-patterns on a layer of photosensitive material. It involves recording light patterns as reflected from objects, on to a sensitive medium through a timed exposure. The process is done through mechanical, chemical or digital devices commonly known as camera"...Webster

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