Fine Art Photography, Prints, Framed, and on Canvas
About Jacqueline LaRocca Photography
Fine Art Photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
“I’m watching and wondering feeling something from long ago” Clannad
I am a fine art photographer specializing in black and white and infrared photography featuring collections of images from Europe, Asia, and the United States of America.
My favorite photographic subjects are landscapes, historical sites, and abandoned places, consequently, I enjoy traveling all over the world in search of new and interesting places to photograph.
My passion is black and white infrared photography. Many years ago, I saw the work of Sir Simon Marsden, a British Photographer, who specialized in black and white infrared photography. Influenced, by Sir Simon Marsden’s work, I consequently studied infrared photography.
To enhance my photographic skills, I enrolled and graduated from The Washington School of Professional Photography Program. Additionally, I am currently a member of the Maryland Professional Photographer’s Association.
I learned photography using a Nikon film camera processing images in the darkroom. Subsequently, I progressed to a Nikon digital camera and a second Nikon camera exclusively converted for infrared photography.
Originally from Maryland, I moved south to New Orleans, LA, and then to Dallas, TX. Subsequently, I now live with my husband and two black and white cats in rural Carroll County, Maryland. I enjoy spending weekends on Tilghman Island, exploring the beauty and history of the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
All images are available for purchase and license for publication