Sally T. Johnston has been taking portrait photos for a long time. Since sometime in the 70's, right about when she got a hold of a camera, a Strawberry Shortcake doll, and some good lighting.
In high school and college, her focus was on painting. But photography never left her for long, and soon she was sneaking into fancy computer labs at school with her copy of The Photoshop Bible, Version 1.0 to try out her hand at this new digital darkroom. Now she could layer over dramatic handwritten entries from her diary over her best friend's face without having to spend all her money on xeroxes and overhead projector films. It was very very cool. Ah the 90's.
She has a true artist's eye for composition, color, and light and loves taking photos of almost anything (animal, mineral, vegetable, and everything in between).
Her goal is to take photographs that you will love and to share with you the beautiful world she sees through the lens.