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Tag : The Zen of Photography

A self-portrait of Lori Rowland. The goal was to create a self-portrait that did not show my face.

How Biophilia influences my photography

Life in the Rear View Mirror I remember starting out as a fresh young woman full of ideas and possibilities for my life. I could go anyplace I set my focus. Problem is, I chose instead to live my life spontaneously, to follow my heart wherever it wanted to go. I don’t know why I said, “Problem is…”, because in truth, I don’t have regrets about how things turned out. Intuitively, my heart seemed to know the way, even though […]

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Off-Piste Photography

Off-Piste Photography Not to be confused with piste – off photography! Ha Ha! Forgive me! Those of you who have read my blog or follow me on social media have probably already sensed my dry sense of humor. Piste is a skier’s term meaning a compacted ski run. Off-piste is to ski off the main runs, through the trees or down a nice untracked powder chute. According to Google, off-piste also means ‘To deviate from what is conventional, usual or expected.’ […]

Lori Rowland Photography and Copper Belt Winery, Photography and Terroir

The Terroir of Photography

I am pleased to announce that I have been chosen as the featured photographer for July 2016 at the Copper Belt Tasting Room here in downtown Baker City, Oregon. While working with Cathy Cook, one of the owners of Copper Belt Winery, I learned a concept the French call terroir. While I still need practice saying the word, I think I have a grasp at its meaning.