I have an eclectic interest in images: nature (both in detail and landscapes), and studio work (both portraiture and more sculptural work),
But as a graphic designer by trade, lately I've found my best works, those I enjoy the most, are conceived of in two dimensions--with an emphasis on shape.
I usually present my images free from over-manipulation. I prefer to let them speak for themselves.
Find me at: http://evanbrogan.prosite.com
3 Nov 2010 — 2695 views
My father recently passed. I struggled with whether or not to take my camera. I'm glad I did.
3 Nov 2010 — 842 views
My father just passed. As a tribute to him, and to the apple as it fell from the tree--I wanted to share his photos.
1 Dec 2009 — 680 views
An intimate portrayal of the Grotto at the University of Notre Dame--a cave of candles.
29 Nov 2009 — 1389 views
A brief introduction to the techniques of light painting using fiber-optic technology.
14 Jul 2009 — 612 views
A short look at our camping trip to the Smokey Mountain National Park in Tennessee.
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Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?
A: Do you know?