Diane Felt Photography

Diane Felt Photography

Welcome to Diane Felt Photography!

Please enjoy perusing my photos. I include photos that I have captured of very special scenes, travels, or subjects.

Placing an Order

I am now traveling full-time! The easiest way to order is by clicking on the "Contact Diane" tab at the top of this page as I do not have an e-commerce feature on my website. Most photos are available in a 2:3 ratio print, such as 4 x 6, 8 X 12, 10 X 15 or 12 X 18.  Some of my photos may also be ordered as square prints. 

I work with several photo labs, which will ship your print directly to your home. Print finish options: Lustre, Metallic, or Glossy. If there is an image that you'd like to make into a canvas wrap, print on wood, etc., I would be happy to explore these options with you.


For Print Orderss:

Provide the name of the photo.

Provide the size of the photo.

Provide the finish type: Lustre, Metallic, or Glossy.


Thank you for stopping past my website. To follow our full-time travels as "Life at the Speed of Sanity", please visit our blog: www.12mph.com. We are also on Instagram as @speedofsanity.

~ Diane Felt

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Seasons

Travels

From Sunsets and Moon Views to Rustic Barns

People and Pets

About Diane

2012 Downtown Chicago

I am passionate about photography as art! It all began with a hand-me-down Brownie camera from my grandmother when I was 10! In college, I "upgraded" to a Kodak Pocket Instamatic with flash cubes! Settled into the Chicago suburbs in my 20s, I took photography seriously through classes at College of DuPage. My Ricoh SLR 35mm took me into black and white film and working in the dark room. Years later, along came my Nikon SLR 35mm film camera. Of course, like others, I moved into a Eastman Kodak point-and-shoot with the new era of digital. Quickly I realized it was time to head to a Nikon D-80 DSLR. It is a trusty friend! Admittedly, my Smartphone takes some great photos too! I have a keen appreciation for one's five senses: vision, hearing, touch, taste, and scent. The images that I capture often relate to my five senses. I add elements of art: light, composition, reflections, lines, textures, and patterns. Humor and the quirky that intersects life are also fun to capture! I've spent the better part of 40 years photographing family, friends, travel, landscapes, and nature! These areas of my life "make the world go 'round!" May you enjoy the images that I share with you and thank you for visiting my website! ~ Diane Felt