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AmberCantrell
06-21-2010, 12:23 PM
Oh hello.

My name is Amber, I'm from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, I love photography and I hate tomatoes.

I don't dislike them. I hate them. I pick them off of my incorrectly-made burgers with malice and toss them out the car window with no regard to their safety or well being.

More importantly, though, is I have a big honking love for photography. I mostly photograph people as of late. However, I've been known to chase after ladybugs, squat next to mushrooms and irritate the living daylights out of my kitty.

People, though, are where it's at. You won't catch me in a studio, and I couldn't begin to tell you how to set up lighting equipment- I'm more of a location kinda gal. It's a tad bit more hazardous to my health than studio shooting- but I love the results.

Anywho- if you'd like to take a look at some of my work you can find it here: Flickr: Amber Cantrell's Photostream (http://www.flickr.com/photos/ambercantrell/)

Amber

Bambi
06-21-2010, 01:38 PM
Hello Amber
personally I love tomatoes. I used to pick them out of my grandfather's garden and eat them like apples. :D

however, I am sure we can still get along. :grouphug:

welcome.

Iguanasan
06-21-2010, 01:40 PM
Nice to meet you, Amber, regardless of your hatred of one of my favourite fruits/vegetables/whatever ;)

You certainly seem to have garnered some great and willing models. I'll have to browse through when I have more time.

Mad Aussie
06-21-2010, 04:32 PM
Oh hello.

I hate tomatoes.

I don't dislike them. I hate them. I pick them off of my incorrectly-made burgers with malice and toss them out the car window with no regard to their safety or well being.
You and my wife would get along very well!

kurtdriver
06-21-2010, 10:46 PM
Hi Amber and welcome, some really nice pictures you have there, especially Kristen Fetty170 & 172. Your model looks as if she was having a good time.
They might have worked a bit better had you not cut off the top of her head, maybe a step backwards would have been better? I need to remember that people's preferences sometimes differ from mine.:)

I'm not too fond of the flavourless, nutrientless, things in the supermart in March. The ones that grow locally in a field, however......YUM! I pick mushrooms from everything I find them in. To each his own, as they say.
Again, welcome to the forum. Kurt