Surreal double-imagery to magically immortalize

Do you Google yourself? I do! I used to do Search Engine Optimization professionally, so checking my rankings on certain key search terms is part of my regular routine. But it’s also fun to search for my own name!

Tonight I found a really cool description of my work…

Cheryl Spelts Photography
This native Southern Californian photographer specializes in fine art photography. Using a popular slow-shutter technique, she is able to create surreal double-imagery to magically immortalize moments in time.

I also like this one…

Spelts, Cheryl
Photography, 20th Century, modern — ,

So I guess I’m soooo last century, huh? At least I’m modern.

Google yourself! You might find something really fun!

Holga Imagery

Alley in Downtown RiversideIn the summer of 2001 I took a class at Palomar College called the Plastic Camera Workshop, and I liked it so much I took it again in the summer of 2002. In 2003 they changed the content slightly, and gave it a new name, The Multiple Image. All three years involved coming up with a portfolio of images, using a $20 plastic toy camera–a Holga!

View a slideshow of Holga Images from 2001-2003

Post added on March 22, 2017, but the images are from 2001-2003.



First Congregational Church of Riverside

First Congregational Church of RiversideFirst Congregational Church

 Life Arts Building in Riverside, California

Flowers at the old YMCA

Old House in Julian, California