Frieda O. Weise resides in Pennsylvania with three cats, Inky,
Casper, and Momcat.
She has been interested in photography for years, stemming from the many
snapshots taken by her Dad over time. She became a serious amateur
photographer when she joined a camera club and began to enter
competitions and exhibits. She now sells her work, primarily as
unique note cards.
Having grown up in rural Pennsylvania, she concentrates on nature, but also
on other subjects, such as barns and
still lifes. Travel photography is also a favorite.
She currently uses the Nikon D80.
Frieda likes to look for the essence of the subject being captured in the
photograph; looking at the world this way was inspired by some truly great photographers who live in Maryland, such as Lowell Kenyon, Tony Sweet, and
Ann and Richard Rohlfing. All helped
her to "see" the beauty all around more clearly.
If you are interested in purchasing any of the photographs as note cards or prints, please contact her via email.