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Ellen Fisch is an architectural fine art photographer based in New York. Using black and white and sepia tones, she creates photographs that evoke a sense of history and of place. Ellen majored in photography and architectural drawing in college and graduate school and has worked commercially in both fields. Well-versed in painting, Ellen also uses traditional fine art concepts to enhance her architectural art photography, which she exhibits extensively. Ellen’s photography appears in books, magazines and her images are licensed for poster. She teaches photography and lectures about photography, architecture, and art. Additionally, Ellen writes a blog about architectural photography. The blog, upcoming exhibitions, photography and Ellen’s insightful photography white papers may be viewed on her website,
Tweet From the moment a Brownie camera was put in my hands, I was hooked on photography. Fell in love immediately. What child would not want to see the world through an apparatus that an 8-year-old could operate? Even before the Brownie, I began circumscribing my world with a pencil. Looking at a blank sheet [...]
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