Chelsea Stark Grand Teton National Park”

Chelsea Stark Grand Teton National Park”

“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

— Aaron Siskind

 Chelsea Stark 

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Happy New Year 2018

Happy New Year #2018 The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. We can help write that story by setting goals.”—by Melody Beattie New Year #2018 The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. We can help write that story by setting goals.”—by Melody Beattie

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Yellow-bellied Marmot Mon”  By Chelsea Stark Blind photography


This marmot mom was photographed at Duck Creek utah in a recent visit there. She was very much “at attention”, near her burrow.  

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World fattest bird by Chelsea Stark Blind photography

One summer I was just hanging out at my dads cabin in Duck Creek Utah. It was such nice weather outside. We decided to open up the doors to the back deck and let the fresh air in.  I decided to sit out on the deck with my camera. And see if I can get some interesting photos of birds eating from the feeders.

To my surprise here comes what I would call the worlds fattest bird walking across the deck and eating the bird food that the other birds are throwing out from the bird feeders.
To get this image I had to lay down on the deck nose to nose with the bird. Very happy with the shot that I got. The portal bird was so fat he couldn’t actually fly so he actually jumped down step-by-step off the stairs to get off the deck. I’m assuming that’s also how he got on the deck.

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A lone Elk hanging out in Yellowstone National Park Chelsea Stark Blind photography

  

Majestic pose ” Yellowstone National Park

A lone elk hanging out in a field of wild flowers. With the sunlight cascading over it’s back. Elk were once found across much of North America but they were killed off and driven to take refuge in more remote locations. Today they live primarily in western North America, especially in mountainous landscapes such as Wyoming’s National Elk Refuge and Yellowstone National Park. Some eastern U.S. states have reintroduced small elk herds into heavily wooded wilderness areas.

Yellowstone National Park

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Hello world my name is Chelsea Stark. Understanding of how photography can be used by blind people.

Chelsea Stark Blind Photography

blogger-image--1910125146 Chelsea with flowers Understanding of how photography can be used by blind people. Blind photography “I think, for me, photography means that I can pause the World around me so I can get a better view. Some key questions people tend to ask me are. What does art mean to me? The best way I can describe it is this saying I found. “Art is not the medium, and art is not the execution; art is the idea.”While this opinion is debatable, it’s one with which I happen to agree with and one that blind photography supports. Where do I find art? Art is every where and all you have to do is look. With the right amount of inspiration and ideas you can make art out of anything. Where do I find inspiration? I find inspiration in! The majestic mountain sides. The animal that stops and looks at you…

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A good friend of mine named Jolanta Pilinkaite the ownerofSensemadethispanels wrote this for me. By Blind photographer Chelsea Stark


I have tunnel vision and can only see to about two feet in front of me.
I use the live view to compose the pictures since I cannot see through the viewfinder.
for me, photography means that I can pause the World around me so I can get a better view.


Art is not the medium, and art is not the execution; art is the idea.
The best way I can describe it is this saying: I found art is everywhere and all you have to do is look.
With the right amount of inspiration and ideas you can make art out of anything.
What does beauty mean to me as a visually impaired photographer?
I believe beauty is something that moves you and inspires you.

 — with Sense and Chelsea Stark.

See picture below.


Travelling – when you get that amazing photo it’s all worth it.
I am legally blind and was born with optic nerve demage.
My most memorable place:
Yellowstone national park . It gave me a little bit of everything.
Since my field of vision is so narrow I photograph close up intimate subjects.
I find inspiration in the majestic mountain sides. The animal that stops and looks at you almost like they’re posing so you can take their picture. And the newly bloomed flower that reaches out to the sun.
Animals, flowers and landscape all-in-one.
Makes me feel energized and excited. 
 — with Chelsea Stark and Sense. see picture below

My friend Jolanta Pilinkaite  the owner of  Sense made these panels from my Blind photography.  She did a wonderful job with these two panels. I am very impressed.  Blind  To see more from Jolanta Pilinkaite  go to  Sense Facebook page. Photographer Chelsea stark