Sunday, May 16, 2010


Recently, I came upon some photos that I had taken 18 years ago. I've loved photography as equally as I loved drawing and painting, and when I wasn't painting, photography provided immediate gratification. Back then, my mother allowed me to use her manual camera, and my photography teacher Mr. Zutz, taught us how to handle it. I really, really enjoyed the process of developing film. There was nothing quite like the process of seeing something that you shot come to life.

Sometimes I think that we depend too much on digital photography, and Photoshop, when back in the days we were required to actual learn how to manage the camera, and learn how to use the chemicals to develop. It required more work then... I guess we have to roll with the times because we live in a time of immediacy. I still shoot all of my images using the manual options, that way I can make the decisions about how my images come out.

Check out some of my 'general' photography here:
www.tnmphotography.weebly.com



















© 1992-2010 Tamara Natalie Madden


























Alicia, © 1992-2010 Tamara Natalie Madden






















My family in Jamaica. I took this in 2000.

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Paycheck? © 2002-2010 Tamara Natalie Madden




























Little boy in Jamaica, 2000. 
© 2000-2010 Tamara Natalie Madden

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