(PHOTO: Jordyn Simpson, with the winning Christmas card design in the background.)
For the second year in a row, a photograph taken by Stittsville’s Jordyn Simpson will grace the cover of the Goulbourn Museum’s Christmas card. The Grade 11 student at South Carleton High School captured the winning image while volunteering as an event photographer during the Museum’s Old-Fashioned Christmas & Outdoor Artisan Market on November 20th. Continue reading
Stittsville photograper Kristin Davis in her darkroom where she prints black and white photos. Photo by Barry Gray.
A Stittsville wedding and portrait photographer is taking a lesser-walked path for her photography.
For Kristin Davis it’s all down to the basics: black and white film and prints which she develops in her darkroom. She says the clients who like that black and white style really love the finished work. Continue reading
EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks to everyone who joined us today to take photos of the Bradley-Craig farm! It was fun to swap stories, meet neighbours and have a look at all of your photos. -GG.
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(Above: “South Beach Deco Diner” / Photo by John Edkins)
There is a new photo exhibition at the Stittsville Branch of the Ottawa Public Library. It is called “Urban Destinations – City Sights Seen and Imagined at Home and Abroad” and is a selection of images by local photographer, John Edkins.
As implied by the exhibition title, the collection includes both photographs and “photo art,” which is the re-imagining of an original photograph to make it more interesting. “Painters shouldn’t get to have all the fun,” says Edkins. “Photographers now have the tools that allow us to add a layer of creativity on top of the original photo.” Continue reading