Well... regrettably I had to return the Lensbaby to Arnold the other day, but in exchange he let me borrow a sweet lens - a manual 180 f2.8. It's a beautiful, very solid (and heavy) lens. It's a little long for a fixed lens and everyday use... but I'm enjoying the challenge. I'm putting up this quick photo I shot with it, more for the sign than the photo... curious for sure. I'll post something more substantial in a bit... but for now, enjoy this image! Click here for a possible explanation of the sign - thank you to El for the link!
Talya Arbisser is a freelance photographer. For more than ten years, Arbisser has been focused on photojournalism, specializing in sports photography. Recently Arbisser has been concentrating her camera on special needs children, with a particular interest in blindness.
Arbisser holds a BA from Cornell University in sociology with a concentration in Visual Studies. In June of 2009 she graduated from the International Center of Photography in New York City with a certificate in photojournalism and documentary photography.
Past internships have included three months at The Dispatch/Argus in Moline, Illinois and seven months at The Quad-City Times in Davenport, Iowa.
Ik maak fotos was started during a 5-month period of life in Amsterdam.