Monthly Archives: December 2010

A New Era In Photography

“Forming the creation is the best part of the creator” ~ Cherel Ito  Sadly, after 75 years of providing quality film to photographers and filmmakers all over the world, Kodachrome film will no longer be sold. The digital camera industry, … Continue reading

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Deep Awareness

Lani Alpert Hall wrote that Cherel Ito “always interpreted her world with depth and subtext…details moved her.”   To be able to recognize and capture a wide range of emotions, is a talent that photographers strive for. It is for this … Continue reading

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Encouraging Young Photographers

“There is nothing hidden that shall not be revealed” ~ Cherel Ito  Do you have a daughter, son or other young loved one who has an eye for and an interest in art, writing or photography? Are they contemplating fulfilling … Continue reading

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