About alBoehm

Probably one of my favorite pictures of my horse, Dante, and I. I'm from the city, but definitely love being out in the country when I'm back in St. Louis.

I am currently a senior at Loyola University Chicago, majoring in Public Relations and Advertising as well as minoring in Photography.  I was born and raised in the heart of St. Louis, MO but have fallen in love with Chicago.  I’ve created this blog to share what I love about photography and what I have learned over the years.  Currently I am just starting to dabble in digital photography whereas I have been using film for the majority of my shooting.  I hope y’all enjoy!

“There are always two people in every picture:  the photographer and the viewer.”  ~ Ansel Adams


6 Responses to About alBoehm

  1. Hello. Congratulations on being freshly pressed. Thanks for sharing your ideas online. I love your blog and photos.

  2. Sisira says:

    Now we can see a rising talent from you. Best of luck and take as much photos as you can because every phot will
    show something useful whether to keep it or not.

  3. Dr Babu says:

    Hi, enjoy reading your blog.. Am a photohraph enthusiast.. very amateur to say the least.. look fwd to learn something from you 🙂

  4. I think your blog is amazing. Your photography is absolutely beautiful, too.

    PS. How do you get your “Quote of the week” where it is? If you don’t mind telling me, I’d really appreciate it =]

    • alboehm says:

      if you google “photography quotes” there are plenty to choose from. I just pick the ones that sound inspiring at the moment.

  5. alboehm says:

    thank you everyone!

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