Someday soon my new studio will be built and I will have a lovely and professional work station. For now I have a “floating office” which is a fancy way of saying I do most of my work on my bed or the kitchen counter and I actually do not work at a desk! I have a neck that can’t take sitting for long periods and therefore I work with my laptop on various surfaces throughout the day. My favorite spot is on the floor in front of my fireplace on a cold, winter’s night. So, with that said, here is where my laptop lives when I am NOT using it. It parks on this desk where it can backup to it’s EHD every night.
2.Hand-made desk which stores film negatives.
I cannot live without my Dandy Blend Dandelion “coffee” with Hazelnut syrup.
3.Favorite mug and dandelion coffee.
Who needs diamonds when you have lenses?
5. 135L f/2
6. 85L f/1.2
7. 35L f/1.4
Not shown: Canon 5D Mark II (used to take images) and other Lensbaby lenses (macro converters, Sweet 35, and Soft Optic)
Traditional Film Cameras:
9. Canon Film Rebel (shown with 35L attached)
10. Pink Holga
11. Speed Graphic 4×5 sheet film camera
Not shown: film developing gear and film scanner
12. Cord for camera to computer transfer
13. extra CF cards
The “Fun Camera” for when all else fails…
16. Polaroid Land Pack Film Camera (103 model)
My camera bags:
17. CM Ketti Bag–LOVE!!!
18. Large Tamrac Bag
Five things you may not know about me:
1. I now live on a century farm near where Laura Ingalls lived.
2. I have moved 38 times in my life.
3. Dandy Blend “coffee”is my favorite beverage (see image above).
4. I saw my husband in person twice before we got engaged.
5. My favorite foods are limes and salsa and I eat them every, single day.
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Caroline Jensen, a Sony Associate Artisan of Imagery, is a photographic artist living on the prairie. Her favorite things include cozy nights in front of her natural wood fireplace, an expansive tea collection, and read alouds with her children. Photography is her expressive outlet and features emotive black and white portraiture, unique macro work, and colorful landscapes. Her gear includes her Sony a7s, vintage lenses, and her favorite Lensbaby lenses that express her photographic voice perfectly. She has been featured in the magazines: Dreamer Journal, Sony Alpha Universe, and numerous times in Click magazine, including freelance work for Adobe. Her work has been featured in a long running gallery show at Shop 88 Fine Art in Scottsdale, AZ as well as on the packaging of the Lensbaby Sweet 50 lens. She teaches three popular workshops where she encourages creativity through both traditional and mobile photography: Shooting 301: The Art of Observation, Processing 202: Communicating with Color and Light, and Shooting 107: The Art of Mobile Photography.