Artist: Don Saxon Sample Work:
One of my earliest memories in photography is the box camera that my mother used. When I grew old enough to hold the camera she allowed me to peek through the viewfinder and even take some pictures. My first good camera was a Kodak Signet 30 that I purchased from the Sears Roebuck Catalog store in Rushville, Indiana. I paid $25.00 for the camera on installments until it was paid off. I was about 16 at the time. I still have that camera. My first print was done in a closet in one of the upstairs bedrooms in our house on the farm outside of Rushville. Over the years I was able to put together a wet darkroom where I processed black and white and color photographs. I still have my Beseler 23 c enlarger. Today I shoot digitally. I still have a darkroom of sorts, it is called my computer. Today I do portrait, landscape and commercial photography. I consider myself a Photographic Artist. I will often digitally alter my photos to bring out a more conventional art look.

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