Thanks for visiting to learn more about Barb Kellogg Photography!
Below is kind of a Table of Contents to use as a short cut to what you want to learn more about.
I can't really say it better than this comment from Julie -
“I see a soft, beautiful quality in your art that I don’t really have the right word to describe. I just know it makes me feel good. Please keep on bringing beauty into our sometimes ugly world!” Julie, S. Dakota
The project consists of using conceptual photography created by Barb Kellogg to relate the feelings described in interviews with people living with mental illness. The goal of the project is to use photography and words to create an empathic relationship in the viewer, decrease stigma and increase awareness of mental illness; and, ultimately, to humanize it.
Barb Kellogg, the photographer
A little bit from my About page --
.... I. LOVED. IT. So off I went to buy my first DSLR and a few lenses. And taking more and more images. Taking online classes. Going to workshops. Paying attention to light. To shadow. It's an ongoing thing, whether I have a camera in my hands or not. (Every now and then, you can hear me say, "Ohhhh, look at that light. Isn't it beautiful?") Read more...
Portrait Photography (currently on hiatus in 2018 due to tendonitis)
- Nothing beats a photograph in it's ability to capture your heart forever.
- Life is now. And it's gone before we can say "where did the time go?"
- Read more...
Mentoring (currently on hiatus for 2018)
Be the boss of your camera.
Do you want more control over your camera, but don't know where to start? I "make" you read your manual, but I also know they can be clear as mud to figure out.
I can help.
Visit the Mentoring page, or Contact me and I'll explain my mentoring process (which is custom tailored to you, by the way). Best for those just starting out, or who have been photographing awhile but are still stumped at how improve.