I get this question a lot, so let me break it down....
In the early days of photography, cameras were small rooms with a tiny hole in an exterior wall that acted as a pinhole lens and focused light on the opposite wall. Such a device was known as a camera obsura, Latin for "darkroom." Inventors searched for centuries for a way to fix the clear, precise image of the camera obscura on paper and capture what the sun had "written" on the wall. The word photography, in fact, means light writing.
My style is very creative, but I stay very close to the foundations of photography. As I try to get the image correct, straight out of the camera.
My name reflects the same.....
Light Writer Photography
"Writing Life With Light"
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