Sometimes people expect photographs to be created in a defined, linear, and controlled sort of way. I break the rules when it appears the “rule” isn’t working; why not try it another way? If you are going to photograph a shell, why not one that is dancing against the sun-drenched sky; why not one that was long-ago sculpted into a well-worn concrete path? I am drawn to photograph subjects that tug at me as if I can’t breathe if I don’t preserve that image for a canvas. When a particular subject captures my attention I just stop - and look at the subject from every angle, searching for just the right light and “framing with my feet”. Eventually a decision is made, yes, this is what I want to capture. Later, people may say oh, that’s different, where was it? I murmur with a smile - you walked right by it!
My fine art photographs have been displayed at member and juried art shows including Griffin Museum of Photography, Hull Artists, Hull Lifesaving Museum, North River Arts Society, Plymouth Art Guild, Scituate Art Association's Front Street Art Gallery, and South Shore Art Center. I received an award for two of my photographs.
Linda Pedersen resides on the South Shore of Boston. She is focused is on tying her fine art nautical and coastal work with commercial and client photography. All photographs are available for purchase in custom sizes. Commissions are accepted.
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