For most of my photographic life, I have been a landscape photographer who worked very hard to create images that minimized human influences and eliminated people from my photographs. Then more recently I turned my creative attention to urban street photography where people play a critical role and [...]
I love flowers. I love to look at them. I love to smell theme. And I love to photograph them. I find them beautiful; I find them sensual… words that may seem strange coming from a big hulking guy like me.
What has always attracted me the most aren’t the fields of flowers stretching as [...]
It is time, actually the time is long overdue, for me to re-energize my blog which has laid relatively dormant for way too long.
A Bit of History
Some of you may recall that I began with a blog entitled “It’s My Nature: Photography by Ed Vatza”. I posted almost daily, sharing new [...]
“Not every image we create is going to be iconic and we shouldn’t expect it to be. But every image we create is another small part of us and part of our journey toward becoming the photographer we want to be.” – Ed Vatza
Lately I’ve started to think about my continuing body of photographic work in terms of ongoing, broadly defined projects. Each project, there are four, is distinctly different from the others. And each project represents a style or a subject matter that I love to photograph. Oh I still photograph other things that fall outside of [...]
“2012 Creativity, Composition, the Camera & YOU!” Photography Workshops with Ed Vatza (Additional Workshops may be added) ********************************************************************
March 11 Orchid Extravaganza at Longwood Gardens (PA) $95, limit 10. Come celebrate Daylight Savings Times and the impending spring of 2012 among the orchids, lilies, hibiscus and other beautiful flowers of Longwood [...]
Before getting into the events mentioned in the title, I feel I should address the simple question of “where have I been the past couple of months?” I wish I could respond with a litany of exotic places that I visited in order to create epic photographs but, alas, that was not the case. But [...]
This is the second in what will be an irregular series of random musings by this ol’ photographer/artist.
Sometimes I find myself just sitting back and wondering… wondering how many of you have a bag of tricks like I have a bag of tricks? My bag of tricks is an old Domke bag that I [...]
“A Portrait of the Artist as an Old Man” – Self-portrait in Infrared
It has been quite a while since I wrote in this blog. Life and the things we have to do often gets in the way of things we would like to do. So please, consider this the first of an irregular [...]
Effective today, April 7, 2011, I have made some changes to the Ed Vatza Photography Print Store. While there have been several important changes made, let me get right to what is probably the most important – pricing. In order to get my work out into more hands and recognizing that many buyers might be [...]