We tend to take for granted things we see every day, like chairs (and tables). I like to focus on commonplace subjects. I'll study their textures, shapes, lines, colors, quirks and environments and try to capture their inherent personalities. Yes, I believe that even inanimate objects can project personalities... I've tried to portray that in this portfolio - no matter how strictly or loosely I've interpreted the theme of chairs.
I used a mix of digital cameras for this project, including a Canon DSLR and point-and-shoot and an Android smart phone (five megapixels). So you will see varying resolutions and picture quality throughout the portfolio.
Robyn Aber has written over one hundred articles on business, marketing and technology topics published in the U.S. and globally. Ms. Aber also authored a book, Power Up Your Small-Medium Business (Pearson Publishing, NY) and eBooks on networking communications technologies. She has studied the arts (fine, commercial and performing), taught art history and drawing, served on the Board of Governors at the Cantor Arts Center (Stanford University), and is a practicing, award-winning photographer.
Arthouses Published May 27, 2011