About the Book
A Year Behind the Lens 2011 was inspired by the desire to improve my images in collaboration with other photographers. Each of the photographers were looking for new ways to stretch their creativity. We decided to do a project for 52 weeks in 2010. The project continued in 2011.
The project framework involved capturing a new image each week. The subject could be our own choice. Each weekly image was shared with the other photographers. After the first year in 2010, I ended up with many outstanding images. I learned that producing a new image each week was very challenging. I began to develop a new eye for creativity. I gave myself permission to try new things and decided to continue on this course for another year.
The images contained herein are the results of the 2011 journey.
Carl Kriigel learned the love for photography from his father, Robert Kriigel. At age 15, Carl received his first SLR 35mm film camera, which allowed him to turn every high school and college project into a photography presentation. He has won numerous awards for his photographs including Best of Show in the U.S. Military competition in Europe. Carl is a retired U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer (CW4). Carl has completed ten books. The 90 Day Project A Year Behind the Lens (2010) A Year Behind the Lens 2011 The Companion Book of Bonus Images for 2011 Can You Find The Cat? A Year Behind the Lens 2012 Encore: Note and Sketchbook A Year Behind the Lens 2013 Encore 2013 Five Years Behind the Lens (2010-2014) Carl lives in Douglasville, Georgia with his wife, Erna. They have three grown children, William, Jimmy and Laurel, a dog and a rescued cat. For more great images visit Carl's Photo Blog site at: http://carl.kriigel.com/