|Blurbarian Since||April 2008|
|Name||Jared M Le Blanc|
|My Web Site||http://www.flickr.com/photos/jleblan98|
|Location||Little Elm, TX|
|My Bio||I am what you could call a professional photographer. Not in the sense that I do it for a living, but in the sense that I was trained to use a camera in an acedemic setting. Art has always been a passion of mine. Drawing, painting, creating...whatever. Photography is an extension of that. Capture a scene, tell a story and share it with the world.|
|Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...|
|a continuation of my first book. My first book "My World vol.1" is the story of how I started photography and where my journey has taken me. The book references other shots that did not make it into this publication, but will eventually make it into my next two publications. Expect more landscapes, abstract art, and possibly even more portraits. The next two books will include photographs that have never been previously printed. Stay tuned.|
|Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...|
When you think Photography, you can't help but think of Ansel Adams. He is Landscapes, best friend.
I also admire the following great photographers that pushed the limits to prove that taking an unpleasant or unpopular phot can be art. I admire these artists for their courage in taking controversial art to the mainstream. I could only hope to be so brave:
|This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)|
Ella Minnow Pea - short, funny, sweet and very thought provoking.
Alas, Babylon! - A book that changed my outlook on life when I was a teenager.
House of Leaves - Still haven't finished it and don't know a person who has. Try it, if you dare.
All great books