Sunday, July 10, 2011

The Cover of Farnsworth Summer 2011 Magazine

Alvaro's Hayrack Room Detail, Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld 2011
Well, I've been extremely busy for the last month or so--I can't believe it's been so long since I've made a post, but summer is often like that.  Make hay while the sun shines, and all that, right?
I'm excited to announce that Farnsworth: The magazine of the Farnsworth Art Museum chose my image: Alvaro's Hayrack Room Detail taken at Olson House last month for their Summer 2011 Magazine cover.  This is one of my favorite images taken that day.

I felt very lucky to be able to spend so much time all by myself in the house, photographing each room.  You can see all of the images on my website I suggest that you click the slideshow button on the top right hand corner to view the pictures in a really pleasant way and just sit back and relax.

We just spent a week in far Eastern Maine at Rideouts Lodge in Weston, Maine on Grand Lake with my mother and her Standard Poodle, Max.  We had a great time, listening to the loons and Hermit and Swainson's Thrushes calling, fishing for Small Mouth Bass, canoeing, reading and swimming off the dock, which was right outside our cabin.  It's a long drive from Portland at 4.5 hours (ulp!) but it was worth every second on the road.  I took so many pictures that I can't wait to share, including a couple of new panoramas of Grand Lake at sunset.  So, look for another post in the next week or so!

Hope you're all having a great summer!  Best wishes, Cindy


Anonymous said...

Excellent use of light. A very talented photographer.

Dr. Trexel

Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld said...

Thanks Jake!

Lloyd said...

Great shot Cindy! Very nice balancing of light outside the window and inside the room.

4.5 hours? That's not that much, most of my vacations start with 4+ hour drives!


Jesus Sousa said...

Good Job Cynthia, it's takes a keen eye to put it all together, you seem to have it working together. Hope to see more.

Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld said...

Thanks Lloyd and Jesus! Lloyd--I didn't actually balance the light--I did HDRs, which I guess is a way of balancing light, huh? But it was near impossible to get anything resembling more than a white blur outside and still capture the interiors so nicely!


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