This page offers you a compilation of cool links to photo blogs, photography sites, and generally, other things I really like and want to share with you. They are alphabetical so nobody take any offense, blame your parents. (Not that you would because you are all cool peeps.)
Super cool links to very interesting and super cool photos and stories about Oregon.
Very interesting info on historical places.
Great photographers and great tips.
I occasionally get recommendations for great educational websites. Either photographic history, DIY's etc.
I am starting this new section for you with those links.
This link came from Matt and Adam who found it in their after school program. It's pretty dang cool. Thanks guys!
The websites of photographers I really like. Some of them I know and some of them I don’t but I am inspired by them.
If you want to be in here then…..let me know! You don’t have to be a photographer that lives in Oregon. You can just love and show us off to be included.
These are alphabetic (hopefully).
Robert is part of the Cascade Camera Club, a great teacher and an inspiration to me.
Sean is part of Photo Cascadia (see blogs), the teacher for the XDR program and challenges me with every photo he does.
I met Chris on a trail in Silver Falls State Park. He truly radiates good cheer and kindness all around him.
Then I went to his website. All I can say is WOWOWOWOWOW.
As far as light painting. He rules.
Jim is a southern Oregon photographer. He does fantastic landscapes, but I particularly like the way he captures Oregonians doing our thing, whatever that may be at the time.
I’m not sure how to describe Michael’s photography. It’s awesome. Go see it. I was never so enchanted by bats and bugs before.
Adam Harris is old school and does it well! He uses a variety of film cameras in many formats. Really a fun treat to go see his website!
Co-Owner of the Cascade Center of Photography with his lovely wife and model, Regula, are one of the foremost travel photographer pairs and a genuinely good people who are generous with their knowledge.
Donald has some of my favorite eagle photos ever, and with the amount of eagle photos I’ve seen, that is something.
Kathy has some really wonderful work. I am especially fond of her abstracts.
David is also part of the Cascade Camera Club and is a stunning inspirational photographer.
Beej and I cave together. He's a great sport and knows to wear red. Check out his photo guide tips.
Another one of my Cascade Camera Club friends, Judy is the best horse and western photographer I know and a sweet, sweet soul.
Mike has the most stunning Oregon landscapes…period.
Jill has some of my favorite “out of the box” images. In particular, the salt and pepper shakers on the now gone Common Table.
Ginger Sanders (That's me)
Other than Photograph Oregon images, I'm mostly a stock photographer.
Michael is a very nice landscape photographer and also has the Oregon FOTO. Which has galleries and a hiking guide!
Kevin does some amazing bird photography and is a genuinely fun guy to hang with.
Doing my best and learning something new every day.
A daily photographic social site full of challenges and really nice people.
A mixed bag of interesting stuff.
You may not thank me for this…..(But Kevin will because he’s a nice guy.)
Not only is Kiera Clover my most favorite ever Pin-Up model, she raises money to help dogs and posts cool awareness tips.
My go to guide for the best Oregon and Washington Coast info!
Fantatstic people. Fantastic wine. Fantastic location.
Go, photograph, drink, buy, repeat. (Ginger waves at John Olsen.)
A great site for maps, info and ideas.
Such a lovely location to photograph in and then…there’s the wine. MMM. Same as above. Probably the most accommodating large scale vineyard for photographers.
Seriously, I was all set up with my tri-pod in the barreling room when this nice man in a suit needed to get around me. I pretty much made him climb over. He was completely nice and I found out later it was Jim Bernau, the founder. ***Photo Dork Moment***
I have learned to love to cold smoke stuff, especially cheese. I have the Grill Kicker set-up and it is SUPER easy. (You can then practice your food photography with some nice smoked cheese and nuts, and a bottle of WVV wine.)