BetterPhoto Member: Elaine M. Johnson


member since January 31, 2003

Most of my work have been inspired by my family and has spread to others because of their interest in my images. When I photograph I look beyond what the eyes see and try to capture the soul, personailty and emotion of my subject. It is the combination that brings forth the whole portrait. Looking through my lens is magicial and I am always, 'dealing with the light'... a wonderful experience.

-Elaine M. Johnson

 ONE WAS BLUE

ONE WAS BLUE
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A Touch Like Suns...


A Touch Like Suns...
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Oak Silhouette


Oak Silhouette
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After The Celebra...


After The Celebra...
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 Honored To Be Sel...


Honored To Be Sel...
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Under The Paddle

Under The Paddle
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Rejoice!


Rejoice!
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Go Ryan!

Go Ryan!
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 Pushing To The Li...

Pushing To The Li...
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My Little Blue Ha...

My Little Blue Ha...
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Comforter

Comforter
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There’s a bug!

There’s a bug!
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 New Mexico Blue

New Mexico Blue
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They love me, Lov...


They love me, Lov...
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Loving Hands

Loving Hands
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Star


Star
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 Careful Landing


Careful Landing
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Irene


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A Good Head Start

A Good Head Start
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Loving Hands

Loving Hands
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 T-Ball Exhaustion


T-Ball Exhaustion
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Lady Assured


Lady Assured
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Read, Read, Read


Read, Read, Read
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Glass & Pearl...

Glass & Pearl...
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 Glass, Pearls &am...

Glass, Pearls &am...
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WHEN?

WHEN?
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Tie Breaker

Tie Breaker
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Senior's Hone...

Senior's Hone...
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 TRIO

TRIO
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The Proud Swimmer

The Proud Swimmer
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Killdeer


Killdeer
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Photographer'...


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 The Real Thing


The Real Thing
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Childhood Secrets

Childhood Secrets
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My Rembrandt

My Rembrandt
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My Worm


My Worm
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 New Mexico


New Mexico
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A Real Data Image

A Real Data Image
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Bio

I started out in my twenties with my little Brownie flash camera and thought it was the best thing that happened for my family history. I later graduated to a 35mm and real adventure began.

Light, color and shades have become spiritual to me and is a challenge every time I look through my viewfinder.

I have owned three 35mm cameras and a variety of lens and always wanting more.

I am now moving into digital imaging and again anxious to learn more with my Sony DSC-F707.

Life has revolved my interest in the type of photos I take but portraiture steals me away. My new interest is children sports. I am in my sixties and am a grandmother of 12. I lost my husband of 37 years in 1995 and remarried in 2000 to another wonderful man. My goal it to use my equipment to its fullest and to continue "dealing with the light".

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Copyright

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Images may not be copied, downloaded, or used in any way without the expressed, written permission of the photographer.