David R. Daniel
I was born in Jefferson City Tennessee. By the time I had graduated high school, I had lived in 7 locations: Jefferson City TN, Knoxville TN, Atlanta GA, Macon GA, Smyrna GA, Farmers Branch TX, Charlotte NC, St. Petersburg FL, Northbrook IL; and gone to 3 elementary schools and 5 high schools. So I guess it's not a huge surprise that I now live on the road.
I was (sorta) educated at Carson Newman College in Jefferson City TN; Pasadena City College (AA), Pasadena CA; Long Beach State University (BS), Long Beach CA. Major at LBSU was Photography with a minor in Comparative Literature.
WHAT I'M TRYING TO DO HERE.
I am not a Rock Art recorder or researcher. I'm a photographer. I approach taking photos a little differently than most. I'm not trying to get the most TRUE version of the image (although that is a consideration), I'm trying to get the BEST IMAGE. When deciding on which angle to use, how much of the panel to shoot, and what of the surrounding environment to include, I have only one objective, to take the clearest, prettiest, best photo I can. Much of the look of each photo depends also on the post production in photoshop and the angle of the sun.
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Me (extreme left, tettering on one foot) and some good friends at the end of a week long exploration of Rock Art Sites and Ruins in Canyon de Chelley National Park in Arizona.
If you are interested in seeing Rock Art up close, a great way to accomplish this is to become a member of a Rock Art organization. They have annual meetings with field trips, many on private land.
I am a member of:
American Rock Art Research Association (ARARA) http://www.arara.org/
Nevada Rock Art Foundation (NRAF) http://www.nvrockart.org/
Colorado Rock Art Association (CRAA) http://www.coloradorockart.org/
Utah Rock Art Research Association (URARA) http://www.utahrockart.org/
Eastern States Rock Art Research Association (ESRARA) http://esrara.org/
The Rock Art Foundation (RAF) http://www.rockart.org/