I am Caroline B. and this is the home of my personal photography portfolio and blog. I specialize in commercial, industrial, infrared, and real estate photography, with a special interest in photographing derelict spaces and abandoned locations and objects. I regularly exhibit work on a rotating basis at the Charlotte Room in Toronto, 464 Gallery in Buffalo, and occasionally participate in solo and other miscellaneous group exhibitions. My work has been featured in photo calendars, advertisements, billboards, various print publications, and on corporate websites.
If you landed here from being redirected from my old site, from an old bookmark, or a search for Exposure Buffalo, you may be wondering, “what’s with the change?” To explain: in it’s early inception, ”Exposure Buffalo” initially began as a completely different concept and idea for a group of local photographers here in the Buffalo area. Unfortunately, things didn’t work out as planned. I thought the name was cool enough that I’d use it anyway, so Exposure Buffalo Photography was born as my photography business and website. In early 2011, I decided to retire Exposure Buffalo Photography for many different reasons.
Moving on to current times… I’ve had the name and domain “3exposures” stashed away for some time, due to my early experimentation with HDR (high dynamic range) photography some years ago. So, here we are with a different look and a different photo collection. This site is set up as “blog” style, for commenting on and rating of the photos you see here. I encourage you to leave a comment or some constructive remarks. If you think something sucks, by all means say “hey, this sucks!” I always see so many “oooooh, nice shot!” type comments on other photo websites, most of the time because people are trying to be nice – but why not iterate on WHY the photo is good or why it totally sucks? That would only help, so please be honest.
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PRINTS ARE AVAILABLE in many sizes of any work you see here. Traditional lustre and canvas prints, mounted prints, plak-mount and aluminum prints are some of the many options available. Custom sizes can be made of most photos but the most popular sizes are as follows: