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owner of TechniType Transcripts since 1982 - oral history transcription


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July 2012 - present - farm photographer for Pacific Star Gardens, Woodland, CA


November 2012 - self-portrait included in New York Times' Picture Your Life After Cancer


March 2011, interviewed by David Gonzalez and Holga photos included in New York Times Lens Blogarticle about Randy Smith's fantastic Holgamods.com. Thank you, Randy and David!




May 2010, Reno Rodeo, June 2008 chosen first-place winner in Austin Center for Photography contest.




I'm thrilled beyond thrilled that five of my iPhone photos have been chosen for the iPhone Photography Awards 2010 in several categories and an Honorable Mention. Thank you, IPPA!



Thank you, Dale Eastman, for interviewing me for the April 2009 issue of San Francisco Magazine about my photography, my experience with Flickr, and how photography has enabled me to reach out to women about the importance of mammograms.


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Thank you, Ron Dawson of F Stop Beyond in Atlanta, for featuring my photography and how I'm using self-portraits of my mastectomy to encourage women to get their annual mammograms.



I'm so thrilled that my iPhone photography is featured on Glyn Evans' fantastic website, iPhoneography.com, www.iphoneography.com/journal/2010/3/10/the-iphoneography...! Thank you, Glyn!!



Thank you, Stewart Butterfield and Caterina Fake, for Flickr! A life-changing experience. Friends around the world. I swear you can bring peace to the planet.



Thank you, Heather Champ, especially for your friendship, generosity, and kindness. Thank you for introducing me to Flickr, for the honor of showing my work at the Flickr event at the Apple Store in San Francisco, and for featuring my photography several times on FlickrBlog.




Thank you, Popular Photography & Imaging magazine, and Lori Fredrickson for the article about my photography and photos of fish eyes! (October 2006):




Thank you, Flickr 333, for choosing my photo to be one of twenty to be auctioned at the Flickr 3rd Birthday and Benefit Auction on March 3, 2007 in San Francisco! (auctioned for $500 for Kids With Cameras)



Thank you, Blackwater Books Ltd. of Newfoundland, Canada, for purchasing my photo of a boy and his dog for the cover of the book Tantramar, written by Eric Sparling, to be published in fall 2008.



I was honored to give a workshop on beginning digital photography for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy on June 8, 2008. Thank you, Mary Petrilli, for the invitation!



Thank you, Monterey Bay Aquarium, for selecting my ocean photo as a runner-up in the World Ocean Day contest!



Thank you, San Francisco Chronicle, for featuring my photography. "The toughest part about a visit to Deborah Lattimore's photostream on Flickr is deciding which photos are the best. Is it possible to favor an entire stream? It might be time to find out. From one of the most original views of the Golden Gate Bridge, to her "geometry of death'' in a military cemetery, to her fish eye photos, Lattimore has made her collection a Bay Area treasure." January 2007



Thank you, Crispin Porter + Bogusky ad agency for purchasing my photograph for your client Pearl Izumi for unlimited use on the Izumi website for two years, as banner advertisements for two years, and as hangtags on 50,000 pieces of clothing!



Thank you, Photo Lucida, for accepting my photographs into Critical Mass!



Thank you, Coastside Land Trust, for featuring four of my photographs of Pillar Point Harbor on your website!



Thank you, Flickr, for publishing my Polaroid photograph in the 24 Hours of Flickr book!!



Thank you, Pete Zivkov, for including me in a panel discussion about Flickr at the Photographers Interest Group in Palo Alto! (April 2008)



Thank you, Sanchez Art Center, for publishing my photo on the cover of the 2007 Bay Area Annual Juried Competition prospectus and on the Sanchez Art Center website. Rene de Guzman at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco will be curator for this show.



Thank you, Flickr, for featuring my San Francisco Gay Pride Photo on Flickr Blog!!



Thank you, Light Leaks Magazine for publishing my Holga shot entitled "morning, california" in the January 2007 issue.



Thank you, JPG magazine, for publishing Geometry of Death:





Thank you, Utata!

Utata Profile

Utata Front Page, February 2, 2007

Utata Front Page, July 28, 2006



Thank you, JPG magazine and Randy Smith, creator of Holgamods.com! My interview with Randy Smith about his life and about Holgamods is published in Issue 8 (January 2007). A pdf file of the entire issue can be downloaded from the JPG website.



Thank you, BBC, for choosing my Fat Chance Belly Dancers as a contestant for the BBC Photographer of the Year Contest!



Thank you, JPG magazine and Mike Brodie, aka Polaroid Kid, ! My interview with Mike about his life and photography is published in Issue 9 (2007). A pdf file of the entire issue can be downloaded from the JPG website.



Thank you, Erik Kolstad, for publishing my Maverick's Surfing Contest photo in your book about extreme weather:




Thank you, Greg Fallis and Utata, for featuring my photography:






Thank you, Images Gaies for publishing my Gay Pride photos on your French website!



Thank you, Schmap Guidebook to San Francisco for including my Gay Pride photo in your guidebook!



Thank you, FILE magazine, for featuring two of my photos in your collection!



Thank you, Digital Photo Journal, for featuring my sunflower photo as a "summer photo inspiration"!




Thank you, Oakland Tribune, for featuring my photography (8/24/06):




Thank you, Pacifica Fog Fest Photo Contest, for choosing my Pacifica, Winter 6:30 a.m. photo as #1 in the color category! Fog Fest 2006.



Thank you, Pacifica Tribune, for highlighting my photography on the cover of the "People" section (October 11, 2006)! flickr.com/photos/oceanbornstudios/267150583/



Thank you, Pacifica Tribune, for publishing my photo of the Pacifica surfer in the December 13, 2006 edition!



Many thanks to all of you who have commented on my photos, who have made me a contact, and who are such wonderful Flickr friends!



The Pacifica Tribune, July 2006:


"Deborah Lattimore is a photographer with a quirky eye. Her work includes the unusual and the usual with a surreal twist: the beauty of fish eyes, graveyards, water reflections, and unusual views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Deborah is also a member of the Bay Area Photographers Collective and ARTShare."


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The Examiner/Independent, January 7-8, 2006:


"Winter rains should 'wet' your appetite for photographer Deborah Lattimore's art, as exemplified in her picture of a winter apple. "On freezing mornings, wearing gloves and holding my camera, waiting for the perfect light, spectacularly high surf, weather drama, good season for crisp apples, I point and click," Lattimore said. "Winter on the Peninsula," an exhibition of artworks in San Mateo through February by ARTshare Artist Registry members, includes a variety of interpretations that creates an extensive portrait of winter..." Article written by Joan Gross.



Artsopolis, January 5, 2006:



"Deborah Lattimore - a rising star, 12-23-05

Reviewer: Timothy K. Hamilcon (creativity+)

I don't know about the other photographers, and I live in St. Louis, so I can't come to the exhibition. I just wanted to say a few words about Deborah Lattimore. She has an incredible eye for beauty, and has learned to capture it with great definition and skill. Photography, after all means "writing with light". I'm positive that some of her macros of fish will be in the show, as well as the unforgettable and original image of the green apple, held by a hand in a cobalt blue glove, with the sea as the backdrop. It is truly an photographic Icon, the kind that makes every good photographer think "I sure wish I had thought of that FIRST".>>



Interviewed by San Mateo County Times,

December 22, 2005:


"Working on a range of styles and media, 16 local artists offer a broad interpretation of living or working in San Mateo County in the exhibit 'Winter on the Peninsula,' opening Jan. 5 at ARTshare 25 Gallery in San Mateo. All of the exhibiting artists are ARTshare members. Among them is photographer Deborah Lattimore, who has recently turned professional, although she has been photographing everything and everyone in her life since the age of 4 when her grandfather gave her his Polaroid camera. She credits an organization named Flickr, which Lattimore calls "a revolution in photography," with her move into the professional realm." - Article written by Bonny Zanardi



Interviewed by Business 2.0 Magazine, December 1, 2005:




Artkrush magazine, July 13, 2005:


"Deborah Lattimore's collection of family photos (www.flickr.com/photos/oceanbornstudios/sets/162615/) spans more than 40 years, presenting her grandparents in gorgeous sepia tones, her father in classic '70s color, and wonderfully scratched black-and-white prints - a fine portfolio of vernacular photography." - Christopher Y. Lew




Photos published in FILE Magazine:





*Thank you, Flickr Group "Only The Best," for using my "Geometry of Death" photo as your icon!




Thank you, "Inside Natural Things" Flickr group, for using my grapefruit macro as your icon!





Permanent installation:


Fish Eye Photographs:

Marina Fish and Poultry

13605 E. 14th St.

San Leandro, CA




Past exhibits:


La Bussola

Reno, NV 89501

September 2009



"The Invisible Age"

Rayko Photo Center

San Francisco, CA

September 5-October 10, 2008




"The Invisible Age"

Sussex County Community College

Newton, New Jersey




"Landscape Revisited: Challenging the

Traditional Approach to Landscape"

Bay Area Photographers Collective group show

Mendocino Art Gallery, Mendocino

November 3-21, 2007



"1 Shot x 2"

Bay Area Photographers Collective group show

May 28-June 29, 2007

Calumet Gallery

San Francisco, California



Artist Xchange

January 1-February 1, 2007


San Francisco



September 23-October 28.

"Invisible Age" - Portraits of Women Over 50

District Fine Arts

1726 Wisconsin Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20007

Gallery website: dfaonline.com



48th Annual Art Guild of Pacifica Exhibition

September 8-October 14, 2006

Pacifica Center for the Arts

1220 Linda Mar Blvd, Pacifica



Bay Area Photographers Collective group show

"All Over the Map"

Calumet Gallery

2001 Bryant Street

San Francisco

September 1 - September 29



Artist Xchange Gallery

September 1-October 1

3169 16th Street



San Mateo Library

August 28 - September 30

55 West Third Avenue

San Mateo, California


Foto 2+1 Flickr Photographers Group Show

Brickhouse Bar and Cafe

426 Brannan St, San Francisco

August 31-September 30


"What Moves You"

Art Guild of Pacifica

Sanchez Art Center

July 21-August 26, 2006

Pacifica, CA


July 5 -August 26, 2006

6-piece exhibit at both Pacifica Libraries



Pacifica Library, 104 Hilton Way

Sanchez Library, 111 Terra Nova Blvd.


"Apolitical, Be Political"

Art Guild of Pacifica

Sanchez Art Center

June 9-July 15

Pacifica, CA


"One Shot Show"

(BAPC group show)

June 4-July 31

Harvey Milk Center

50 Scott Street, San Francisco



Art Waves Gallery

3848 Judah @ 44th Ave

San Francisco



Oxygen Bar

Flickr Group Show

May 5-6

795 Valencia, San Francisco


Art Guild of Pacifica

"Anything Goes"

March 3-April 8, 2006

Sanchez Art Center

Pacifica, CA


Untitled #2

February 28–April 3

Salada Beach Café

220 Paloma (at Oceana), Pacifica, CA


Art Guild of Pacifica "What's Love Got To Do With It?"

January 13-February 25, 2006

Sanchez Art Center

Pacifica, CA


Untitled #1

January 7–February 26, 2006

Gallery Sanchez

Noe Valley Ministry

1021 Sanchez Street (off 24th Street), San Francisco, CA


"Small Works"

November 4 - December 18, 2005

Pacifica Center for the Arts





FotO2 Group

(group show with other Flickr photographers)

Oxygen Bar

San Francisco, CA

November 4-November 30, 2005



Pacifica Community Center

Pacifica, California

November 2005



Art Guild of Pacifica

47th Annual Members Exhibit


Award of Merit for "Geometry of Death" photograph (www.flickr.com/photos/oceanbornstudios/36360575/in/set-16...)

(juried show)

September 16-October 29, 2005

Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica




Pacifica FogFest Photo Contest

September 2005

Pacifica, California



Paul Strom Salon in Pacifica

(solo exhibit, 19 photos, August-October 2005)



Announcement in Pacifica Tribune:




Sanchez Art Center

"Without a Net"

August 5-Sept 10, 2005



Art Guild of Pacifica

Annual Buddy Show

Sanchez Art Center

June 2005



Flickr presentation, 8/2/05

San Francisco's Apple Store-




Former member, Bay Area Photographers Collective

San Francisco, California



Contributing photographer to the Pacifica Tribune





iPhone 3GS


Leica IIIf

Nikon 90s


Canon Digital Rebel XT

Lensbaby 3G

Canon G9

Olympus D540

Panasonic FZ5


Holga 120N

Several modified Holgas from holgamods.com


Polaroid SX-70 Sonar Onestep

Polaroid Propack

Polaroid Spectra Pro




Polaroid one600 Ultra

Polaroid Spectra

Polaroid Spectra AF

Polaroid light lock closeup lens & filter kit


Banner (Diana clone) - Thank you, mike rosebery, for this wonderful gift!




Canon lenses:




60mm macro/2.8




Canon extension tube EF12II


Manfrotto 190MF3 tripod

Manfotto 676b monopod




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I had come back to look at your reflections set again and kept thinking, this _IS_ the best set of anything on flickr. There were a few more to favorite. All of which exhibited a large degree of “favoritingableworthiness”. I have never favorited all the images in a set of anyone on flickr and decided to write yet anoth… Read more

I had come back to look at your reflections set again and kept thinking, this _IS_ the best set of anything on flickr. There were a few more to favorite. All of which exhibited a large degree of “favoritingableworthiness”. I have never favorited all the images in a set of anyone on flickr and decided to write yet another comment of the set. I then looked at the fish-eyes, which I love and the rest of the portfolio. Gosh! There is so much remarkableness to your images. Thinking some more, I remembered all the powerful images you have brought to flickr. How much the Surf Images thrilled and the Peace Photos Moved and decided that this comment of a set should be turned into a testimonial about one of flickr’s most talented persons. Your images published, the accolades have rolled in, Praises bestowed and testimonials written and all of the positive words used already, so all I can add is this: You are an artistic inspiration to countless, the motivational force to many and a flickr winner to all. Your images stir my artistic soul and your comments and friendliness have made my flickr experience a delight Thank you, John

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February 16, 2007
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I can't really put into words what it is I love most about Deborah's photography -- and perhaps that is the best compliment I can give her. But if I were forced to choose just one, it would have to be SUBLIME.

June 15, 2006
SiYH says:

I need to put more into this myself, but knowing Deboarh as a friend and co-curating (grr) her stream - she is quite somethig. She borrows and she invents and she does not confine herself to much of a style, but everything that she posts is clearly well thought out, both in subject and composition. Wow.

March 1, 2006

deborah, i'm looking for a word to say to you about your pictures... but i can't find. i think the only thing i can do to say how beautiful they are is just to go to my window and look at the sky.

January 11, 2006

I not only adore her work, but also her kind, inspiring and passionate spirit.

December 2, 2005
Mylens* says:

I’ve came across highly skilled photographers who knew all about technical details. However, their work was cold and distant. I also came across highly sensible photographers with no basic skills. Their work was fine but something was missing. Only few times I met a complete photographer in the real sense of the w… Read more

I’ve came across highly skilled photographers who knew all about technical details. However, their work was cold and distant. I also came across highly sensible photographers with no basic skills. Their work was fine but something was missing. Only few times I met a complete photographer in the real sense of the word. Deborah is among these ones. She is talented, she is sensible, she has skill. She is curious; she wants to go far beyond, looking for new ways to express her vision and to touch others. Deborah most certainly has touched me.

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August 16, 2005

I find Deborah's photos inspiring and intriguing. I love the patterns she finds everywhere she looks, you never know what she will photograph next. She has an eye for the wonder in the details of the world that so many of us miss.

June 28, 2005

I have worked as a photographer for 35 years and am not easily impressed but Deborah’s work is wonderful. Everyone should take the time to have a good look through her work. She has a great appreciation for nature and a good eye for light and design.

June 5, 2005
Tony AM says:

There's a fascinating story about Deborah Lattimore. You see part of it in her pictures - the shining seascapes, the intriguing family, the political commitment, not to mention her special affinity for slack-jawed, one-eyed fishes. The rest of it is scattered in words about her stream, tantalising fragments written… Read more

There's a fascinating story about Deborah Lattimore. You see part of it in her pictures - the shining seascapes, the intriguing family, the political commitment, not to mention her special affinity for slack-jawed, one-eyed fishes. The rest of it is scattered in words about her stream, tantalising fragments written here and there, glimpses of a remarkable woman with a wonderful photographic eye. I thought I'd come to know what to expect from D's stream - a sequence of unrelieved delight - but every now and then she tosses in a joyous surprise. A tilted view of a bridge in the rain. The reflection of a rusty fishing boat. A rapture of light in the sky. I've never met Deborah, never spoken to her, but getting to know her through her pictures is one of the great pleasures of Flickr. Go to her pictures now. Start with her velella velella set, and like all the best novels, you won't want to put her story down....

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May 21, 2005

Deborah's images have incredible depth and range, and never fail to make an impression. Her work is an inspiration and there's something for everyone whether you're into pure street or sensual beauty, stunning vistas or intimate macros, textural pattern and stunning color or soft, ethereal light. It's ALL there!

May 9, 2005
J says:

Deborah's work personifies digital photography that evokes countless "wows" and at times, speechless captivity. I'm especially impressed with Deborah's ability to turn beautiful scenery, such as the ocean, into novel creations through her great eye for composition.

March 30, 2005