Taken at Ponce Inlet, Florida
Shot with a 7D and a Canon 10-22 lens
My name is Tabitha Sebren. I'm nineteen. I aspire to be a great photographer and hopefully get some of my photos published some day. Photography is my #1 passion. I also dabble in spray paint art and occasionally draw with pastels, etc. I got into photography about four years ago and started with a point and shoot. I've slowly upgraded my gear and now use what's listed below. I go back and fourth between my favorite lenses. My two favorites are the wide angle and the telephoto. I rarely ever use my 18-55 anymore (actually, I can't remember the last time I used it). I would like to eventually get a dedicated macro lens but for now it's hit and miss with reverse rings and extension tubes. I really enjoy the deviant art community. Everyone seems nice and I like to be able to share my work and it be appreciated by others that share the same passion. If anyone has any questions, please send me a note! Happy shooting!
Cameras: Canon 5d mark ii, Canon 7D, Canon T2i, Olympus E-PL1 (going to convert to IR eventually)
Lenses: Canon 10-22mm, Canon 18-55mm, Canon 24-105L, Canon 70-200mm f2.8 L IS, Canon 50mm f1.8, Canon 55-250mm (backup), Olympus 14-42mm; oldies: Continental Optics-MC 28mm prime f2.8, Rikenon 50mm prime f2-- like to use the oldies for macro
Filters: B+W 3.0 110 neutral density filter, CPL filter, IR 720nm filter, assorted UV filters, close-up filters (+1, +2, +4, +10)
Other Accessories: reverse rings, macro extension tubes, macro ring light, external flash, flash diffuser, sound trigger, off camera flash trigger, wireless remote shutter release, rainbowimaging quick release dual shoulder strap, Domke Photogs Photography vest, Neewer flash
Current Residence: Florida, the sunshine state
Operating System: Mac OS X
Editing Software: Photoshop CS6 (with camera raw)
Favorite Subjects to shoot: All types of scapes, especially waterscapes; long exposure shots (lightning, water, stars, etc.), growing to really enjoy portraits
Personal Quote: Life is like a roll of film, you develop from the negatives.