behind the lens…

Tracey Capone is a self-taught photographer, originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, now living in Chicago, Illinois.

She spent the majority of her adult life in a corporate job looking for a creative outlet and, ultimately, and happily, landed on photography. While introduced to the medium at an early age by her father, a photography hobbyist, it wasn’t until the purchase of her first digital point and shoot six years ago, for a trip to Germany, that she found a love and talent for photography.

After upgrading to the realm of digital SLR photography a year later, she combined her strong desire to travel with her new found love of photography and produced several series of work from France, Italy, Ireland and other destinations.  She also incorporates nature and abstract photography in to her repertoire, pulling from the fabulous mix of urban and lakeside surroundings that she encounters daily.

"Dogwood"

"Dogwood"

26 thoughts on “behind the lens…

  1. Tracey, I don’t know why but I love the “Dogwood” pic! I think it’s the colors – and that one giant looking bloom looming over everything. I just visited your website – awesome work! :)

  2. Hi, just came across your wordpress blog. I am a freelance photographer myself but work as a graphic designer.
    Am still gaining more experiences.
    Love your work! :)

  3. I just found your work and it is absolutely wonderful! Your Chicago images remind me why I love this city so much!

    Thank you for your inspiring work!!

  4. I really like your blog. It ‘s simple, elegant and well done and I really like your motto and of course…the photos. I added it on my favorites.
    I hope to meet you soon on mine :-)

  5. hey. tracey, i stumbled onto your blog through the photography tag on wordpress and perused through and i thoroughly enjoy your work. some very nice vintage effects. i too live in chicago and believe there is so much to photograph! great work!

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