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Texans Are In Love With Bluebonnets

June 20th, 2016

Texans Are In Love With Bluebonnets

Every spring Texans make the pilgrimage to the fields of Texas to see bluebonnets bloom. It doesn't matter that the flowers may be blooming right in their backyard, the goal is to see millions of them together. It doesn't matter what is IN the bluebonnets, cattle, your children, a house, a barn, etc. It only matters that the bluebonnets are seen in the millions! Linda Unger has been searching for this mass of bluebonnets her whole life. A while back on Facebook she ran across a page called "I Love Texas" and on that page is postings of the great state of Texas. Quickly friends were made and photo trips were planned. She has met many photographers across the state of Texas and the central meeting place is the Buccees in Luling every Spring! By far Longhorns have proven to be the favorite animal that sits in the bluebonnets! God Bless Texas!

Film Photographer Brings Film Back To Life

February 10th, 2013

Film Photographer Brings Film Back To Life

Film is BACK! Of course, film never really went away. But with the invention of the digital camera the masses have been convinced that film photography is no longer a reasonable option. With film developing costs high, rolls in limited supply and the nation in the middle of a Facebook revolution, film is all but forgotten in the madness of the "instant" photography trends. Our cell phones can even mimic film quality with phone apps such as Instagram and Retro Camera.
But one photographer refuses to let the art die. Linda Unger has been in the photography field for 35 years, starting with darkroom "rock the tray" developing, shooting with cameras as big as cars and playing with small 35mm cameras for most of those 35 years. With the digital age coming to light, Linda ended up getting a few digital cameras that shot RAW. Over time Linda soon became aware of the "pixel" problem with digital photography that wasn't an issue with film photography. On top of that, she developed...