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Something Different

Posted in art, fine art photography, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 17, 2017 by squintphotographyart

I’m short on time today, I’ve got another trip to get ready for….Philly here I come! But I wanted to share some techniques I’ve been playing around with lately. Color blocking. I’ve always been attracted to vibrant colors and I love to add my own interpretations of wild hues.

Take a look at these series of images from Rocky Mountain National Park with my take on color blocking. Landscapes are not my typical subject matter, so I was attracted to the idea of adding my flair for color and seeing them transform into something that compliments my imagery style. I hope you enjoy them!

Grey Peak

Grey Peak / Sonja Quintero / Squint Photography

Orange Peaks

Orange Peak / Sonja Quintero/ Squint Photography

Rocky Color

Rocky Vibrant / Sonja Quintero / Squint Photography

Triangle Block

Triangle Peak / Sonja Quintero / Squint Photography


Let me know what new styles or techniques you are working on. Anything new?

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Sonja/Squint Photography


Rainy Wednesday

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 9, 2015 by squintphotographyart
Rain and Fog in the White Mountains - Sonja Quintero

Rain and Fog in the White Mountains – Sonja Quintero

We’re finally getting some much needed rain. It’s peaceful outside, so I thought I’d interrupt this regularly scheduled blog post to just say:

I hope you find some peace today.

That is all. Peace out.

Arctic Blast

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on December 10, 2013 by squintphotographyart



Ok, so saying it was an “arctic blast” that hit my part of Texas, might be a bit of a stretch! But that’s what the media “blasted” us with for four days! Yes, it was cold. Very cold – and still is. And yes, the ice was everywhere – some still is. But I know other parts of the country endure much worse. The bad thing is, though, North Texas is just never prepared and since it doesn’t happen that often, we never know quite how to handle it.

I wish I could’ve enjoyed this weather more. I actually love the cold, and snow. Ice, I’m not too fond of. However, it did offer up some great photo opportunities. But even that wasn’t enough to perk up my spirits. Because along with the lovely scenes the ice brought, it also took my electricity along with it! For four days we were without power. At one point my home temp was 38 degrees. Crazy! Four days we spent in a nearby hotel. Four days I felt homeless and out of sorts. I envied those who could still light up their Christmas displays…showoffs!

So, I pray our next winter “arctic blast” brings it stunning images, but leaves me with a little warmth to really enjoy it!

Stay warm this winter, folks! And be thankful for it!


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