Tag: Photography

Photographer of the Month: Tom Frost

Janet Frost Tom Frost may be new to SaddleBrooke and the SaddleBrooke Photography Club, but he is not new to many of the skills that are vital for photography. As a dentist, Tom spent years recognizing the nuances of color, light and texture. Tom’s artistic talents are not limited to the small scale of dentistry.…

Photographer of the Month: Joe Tomasello

Joe Tomasello has been taking photos and telling visual stories since he was 12 years old with a Kodak Instamatic. In high school he was the yearbook photographer and built his own dark room. By college he was entering contests and winning awards. Over the years Joe photographed friends, family and special events. Joe worked…

DIGS Photography Club at the Riparian Preserve

Rodger Bivens In March, Rodger Bivens, a member of the DIGS Photography Club in SaddleBrooke, visited the Riparian Preserve at the Water Ranch in Gilbert, Arizona (east of Phoenix) to explore this bird sanctuary. Other members of the club have also visited this beautiful area from time to time. However, it is still not very…

Photographer of the month

Photographer of the Month: Andrea Gray Andrea started photographing almost 40 years ago when she took a community college course on photography. But it wasn’t until she moved to SaddleBrooke, 18 years ago, that she became completely involved in photography. After Andrea moved to SaddleBrooke she began traveling around the world. These amazing travels have…

A literary pilgrimage to the United Kingdom

Susan L. Schwartz “Dinna fash,” I told myself almost every day of my photographic sojourn to England and Scotland. As every Outlander fan knows, that means “don’t worry” and I didn’t let the September weather and crowds get in the way of taking photos and enjoying my trip. Inspired by the Outlander books and TV…