Artwalk 2017 Location: Lindsey Office Furnishings, 2223 1st Avenue North
My approach as a digital photographer is to frame and capture moments, people, nature, spaces and places at a magical moment to reveal their best qualities. I photograph and edit subjects that draw my attention and interest, whether it be landscapes from my travels in the U.S. and abroad, urban scenes here locally in Birmingham, Alabama, or the cornfields from the outskirts of my hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska. I also enjoy event and wedding photography as well and often consider myself to have a photojournalism quality in much of my work.
I feel that my strength lies in my composition and I intuitively enhance each image in Photoshop. I also print my photos using an Epson printer on fine art papers. Images can also be printed on gallery wrapped canvas. Many of the images are in classic black and white, glowing warm tones, vibrant or lightly colored, which I believe extracts each one their true essence.
Dj Boyd is an accomplished photographer who has a passion for sharing her vision through travel, architecture and street photography. She also works as an optician at Red Mountain Eye Care in Homewood. Dj plans to retire from her day job this summer and will continue her artistic endeavors full time.
Dj earned a Certificate of Photography in 2006 from Samford University’s “After Sundown Metro College” program with combined coursework from UAB’s Special Studies in photography.
Shutterbug Magazine chose one of her yoga images for the cover of their internationally distributed September 2011 issue. From 2013-2014, Ms Boyd has exhibited a photographic series of Alabama Civil Rights Landmarks in several major venues around Birmingham, including the Civil Rights Institute.
Dj is an award winning member of the Shades Valley Camera Club and served as President in 2011-2013.
She has participated in Birmingham’s Art Walk, Moss Rock Art Show and Art crawl. Many of Ms Boyd’s images can be seen at www.doriboydimages.com and in print at Four Seasons Art in Homewood!