BetterPhoto Member: Dinene Wolf


member since April 27, 2005

I don't really have a preference as to what I like to shoot. Mostly, my photographs are a reflection of myself. And, depending on what's happening in my life at that moment, that reflection is ever changing. My goal when I create a photograph is for the viewer to experience some kind of emotional response. Thank you for taking the time to look at my gallery. Your comments, suggestions, questions, are always welcome and appreciated.

-Dinene Wolf

 Log Cabin at Vall...

Log Cabin at Vall...
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Tamborines at Cai...

Tamborines at Cai...
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Merchant selling ...

Merchant selling ...
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Alabaster Jars

Alabaster Jars
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 Karnak - Hypostyl...

Karnak - Hypostyl...
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Egyptian Man

Egyptian Man
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Ready, Set, Pounc...


Ready, Set, Pounc...
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I'm Thirsty

I'm Thirsty
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Genuine Cowboy

Genuine Cowboy
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These Boots are M...

These Boots are M...
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Waylon

Waylon
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Spanish Colony

Spanish Colony
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Jess


Jess
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Jesse

Jesse
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 Dueling Cameras

Dueling Cameras
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Toni - Illustrati...


Toni - Illustrati...
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Kyle -Digital Acr...

Kyle -Digital Acr...
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Genis II - Grunge...

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 Genis II - Airbru...


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Tia Shan, Baby Pa...

Tia Shan, Baby Pa...
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A Soldier's B...


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Child's Gentl...

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 PA Monument in Ge...

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Doorway in Pisa, ...


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Flower


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Bio

Hi, my name is Dinene Wolf. I live in a small town in PA. I've been taking pictures most of my life; however, I got serious about it in 1991 when I decided to attend photography classes at the local community college. I started out processing and printing my own black and white images via a wet process.

In 2000, I decided to sell all of my darkroom equipment and set up a digital darkroom. At that point, I was still processing negative and slide film. I would scan my images into my computer and struggle through photoshop to create what I refer to as my masterpieces. I've learned a few things along the way and continue to learn every day. My digital darkroom has given me so much control over my own work. I don't rely on labs anymore.

In 2003, I traded in all but one of my film cameras and got myself a digital camera (Nikon D70). I still use my manual camera (Yashica FX3) to shoot infrared film because I like the effects I get from using this type of film.

In 2007 I finally upgraded to a big girl camera - The Nikon D200. boy!! Do I have alot to learn. WOW!!!

Currently, I am teaching myself how to paint my photographs. I've been watching many DVD tutorials by some very talented artists such as Susi Lawson and Jeremy Sutton. Their work is such an inspiration to me.

Thank you for taking the time to visit my website. Your comments, suggestions, questions are always welcome and appreciated.

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