Lisa Tannenbaum began snapping digital photos in 1998 with a Sony Mavica and has been engrossed in photographing her adopted state of New Mexico ever since. She thinks of herself as a light scavenger, taking natural light photos when and wherever she manages to stumble onto a scene with fabulous and/or fleeting light.
She’s been an enthusiastic Photoshop user for two decades, and continues to hone, adjust, and add to her editing techniques. She's taught digital photography and related classes at UNM Continuing Education since 2002 and has co-authored several editions of a Photoshop Elements textbook. Her work hangs in numerous New Mexican homes and businesses, and has been published in New Mexico Magazine, Albuquerque Arts Magazine, and The Albuquerque Journal. It may be seen on the web as well, at NewMexicoPhotoJournal.com and LightScavenger.com.