ReBlog: Interview with Lee Hiller
We’ve got a little treasure to show you today with the work of Lee Hiller. These photographs of forest locations make for a captivating set of images. The way in which the fog is able to isolate vivid colours as well as shapes to make these seem more like portraits of the trees. This parred with long leading paths into the distant fog, makes for a unnerving isolation of yourself within these natural environments. We liked it a lot so got in contact with Lee to give you a inside look at her creative approach to photography.
What made you begin taking photographs?
In high school my journalism teacher Mr Heruf handed me a camera and twenty rolls of film to use for the summer. He said take some photographs, you are teacher Mr. Jones will show you how to develop them in the fall. That fall when I saw the wonderful images created by the Hasselblad camera on the 120mm negative I was hooked.