À propos du livre
This eighty-page book contains over ninety photographs taken by Kelly Hoffart, spanning the time when he took his first course in photography at Concordia University to the end of his law school career at the University of Nebraska. The subjects are varied and include flowers, landscapes, people, and the gorgeous Nebraska capitol building. The book also includes thoughts by the photographer and quotes from Ansel Adams, Man Ray, Paul Strand, and more. Arranged into eight cohesive chapters, it will give you a new view of both the beautiful and the ordinary, and teach you to see the world through different eyes.
Caractéristiques et détails
- Catégorie Photographie artistique
Format paysage, 25×20 cm
- Date de publication mars 29, 2007
- Mots-clés black and white, winter wheat, hay bale, grain bin, grain elevator, sea shell, photography, photograph, photo, photographer, Nebraska, color, rural, agriculture, Lincoln, minimal, minimalist, people, animal, flower, macro, hay, tractor, combine, architecture, farm, windmill, shadow, sunrise, sunset, field, corn, barn, dilapidated, wheat, bridge, snow, waterfall, abstract, cemetery, silhouette, lime
Born and raised in Nebraska, married to a girl who's the same way, and a father of three. After graduating from law school, I practiced criminal law and veterans' disability benefits law for a little over a year before moving into a job with the Department of Homeland Security. My interests are, as you might guess from looking at my book selection, photography and drawing.