'Black River Photography'
- by Pauline Weber
by Pauline Weber
Pauline took a photography class as part of a school library course and that was the motivator,
moving her to a more serious level of photography.
She now specializes in local nature photography,
both landscape and wildlife.
Pauline displays her photographic works framed (11x14 & 4x6); matted (9x12 & 4x6);
also as photo greeting cards and photo gift bags.
Creating photographs is an art that lets me capture the infinite varieties of beauty in our
environment - variations in light, reflections on water, textures and patterns, beautiful landscapes,
widlife wonders and the colours of the seasons.
Always having the camera handy means that I can record fleeting intstances of beauty - a glorious
sunset silhouette across the Moira River, artfully sculpted roadside snow banks, an early morning
mist softening the landscape, and painted turtles soaking up the sun.
Moving to digital photography has provided new opportunities for creativity. I can now experiment
more freely with camera techniques, composition and subjects. Computer editing opens up many
possibilities, and it is fun to experiment with colour, contrast, cropping and special effects.
Learning new things about photography is a joyful endless journey, filled with challenges, surprises
and great satisfaction.
- Pauline Weber