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Trayson Conner
Hi! Photo:Self Portrait by Trayson Conner
I think of my life as a story. I think about how that story is unfolding and how people will look at it later, through my photography. I want my photos – everything from lighthouses and seascapes to mountains and doorways – to tell my story and to tell it creatively. I don’t draw or paint, but the day I picked up a camera, I suddenly realized I had found my artistic outlet and, like any art form, my photography – my art – is extremely personal. When I look at my photos, I reminisce, reliving the experience of each one. I hope others will “live” through my photographs as well. While it’s true that everyone won’t like everything I have to offer, I believe everyone will like something.

I enjoy being outdoors, hiking, jeeping, kayaking and just being part of the environment. As an adventurer, as well as an artist, I always have a camera with me, but never carry any expectations about what I might discover. Everyone stops occasionally to appreciate the scenery, but I like to ask what it is about that scenery that makes us say, WOW! I find that those ‘wows’ are always just around the corner. I shoot, and then shoot some more, until I’ve shot every angle possible. My subjects are varied – random, unrelated, spontaneous and natural. I’m always on the lookout for that new perspective on a familiar subject – I look for it not only through the lens, but in life in general.


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Media ID 20130802231840534  
Date Fri Aug 21, '09 04:51AM
Comments 0
Views 925
Uploaded By unknown
Aperture Value f//2.8
Copyright Big Timber Photography - Tray Conner
Date/Time Fri Aug 21, '09 12:51AM
Exposure Bias 0 EV
Flash No Flash
Focal Length 6 mm
IPTC: Copyright Notice Big Timber Photography - Tray Conner
ISO 80
Make Canon
Metering Mode Pattern
Model Canon PowerShot SX100 IS
Sensing Method One Chip Color Area Sensor
Shutter Speed Value 1/10 sec
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