Photographer, writer and lover of the good light. Blessed and thankful to be back home in Ohio where I share an eight acre farm in Beavercreek Township with my Doberman/Shepherd mix, Luna. I share my passion with photography through leading nature photo workshops and tours and do a bit of commercial work. 40-something, single dad with two daughters and one son who are my everything. My photography is my celebration of beauty, life and faith.
Find me at: http://www.jimcrotty.com
18 Nov 2013 — 312 views
My reaction to the rapid increase of smartphone photography and the impact on the art and profession of image making
8 Jun 2010 — 23104 views
A sacred place of artistic inspiration in the Hocking Hills of Southeastern Ohio
29 Jan 2010 — 1973 views
Dayton Photographer Jim Crotty shares thoughts and images on the hometown music store.
19 Nov 2009 — 1897 views
The ancient Celts believed that the boundaries between this world and the next were most thin in the hours of dawn and dusk.
29 Jul 2009 — 1699 views
Photographer Jim Crotty conveys his thoughts and share his images captured during his eight mile hike to and from the Ramsay Cascade in the Smokies.
16 Feb 2009 — 1733 views
Images, thoughts and reflections on the Low Country of South Carolina and a day lost in the light on Hunting Island
20 Jan 2009 — 1704 views
Dayton Ohio Photographer Jim Crotty shares his impressions and memories of the industrial Midwest and how working in such an environment formed his artistic vision.
18 Dec 2008 — 2140 views
Revisiting black and white photography for nature and landscapes in the digital age
- Photo Challenge: Through the Window
- Photography Reflectors–The Golden Rule
- Photo of the Week
- Member of the Week
- Any advice out there for a first solo photo show?
- Full Time Artist, Here to Stay
- Ten Tips for Top Quality Night Photos
- Wrestling is Fake! (sort of)
- Chasing Waterfalls
- New Contest! “Plain and Simple”
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