Author Archives: Jo Brown
Our new Exhibit opened November 2nd and runs until November 30th at Cowan’s in Nelson. If you are in the neighbourhood, stop by and have a look. And Please do let me know what you think! Share this post!
What is it about a place that seduces one into living there for most of their lives? How do you describe those elements of comfort or fascination that have a life-defining impact? Tom and I have lived in the … Continue reading
Otter Books of Nelson produces this calendar each year. Photographers submit entries through a competition process for inclusion in the calendar. Tom and I each have an image included in this calendar. September (me) and November (Tom). My image tied … Continue reading
The opening of our photography exhibit has been delayed until August 9th! Ahem.…it’s a long story.… Share this post!
An exhibition and sale of photographic images by Tom Bradley and Jo Brown of Winlaw, BC. Metallic and Canvas. Production by Wallshots Prints and Printery. Selkirk Eyecare — 543 Baker Street, Nelson, BC. August 2 to 31, 2011 Share this post!
Spring! What a HECTIC time of year. Although in a Good Way. Gardening and More Gardening. I love being in the Garden, it’s so good for my soul. It’s one of those places where I feel Pure Joy! Sweet. Oh, … Continue reading
RL [=Real Life] has been intervening — that is my excuse for taking so long to post the list of cool photo websites that I like to visit. Photography III — Ideas, Information & Inspiration. Take a look and let me … Continue reading
What photo software do you use? When you need to crop, or colour correct, or contrast correct, etc. — what software do you use? Please leave a comment on this thread and let me know — comments will be published so everyone … Continue reading
As I promised in the last post, here are some Easy Steps to take to help you create Your Story Prints that You will want to talk about and point to. Just so you Know.…All printing I refer to is … Continue reading
Hardcopy your Experiences: Print Your Photos I’m pretty sure I was making some kind of statement worth documenting…erm… The Deep Photos document social history (read: humans interacting with their world). Your social history that deserves to be displayed. To be … Continue reading