shutteredintentions

ShutteredIntentions: a Photography Phantasmagoria

9 Sales

shutteredintentions

ShutteredIntentions: a Photography Phantasmagoria

9 Sales On Etsy since 2012

Announcement   Hey y'all! Welcome to my phantasmagoria of photographs!
This is documentation of lives well lived - capturing the beauty and oddity of this communal experience we call life.

All the images in this shop are 100% originals, shot and edited by yours truly.

All photographs in the shop is currently digital files, set up for you to download onto your own computer. You can use these files for just about anything - wallpapers (computer/phone/wall/whatever!), canvas prints, mugs, t-shirts, mouse pads, etc!
I only ask you don't re-sell and/or use the files for any commercial purposes.

Woodburned art is now available! Drawn, burned, sanded and stained by yours truly! Check out the shop section here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/shutteredintentions?section_id=15001909&ref=shopsection_leftnav_5

Thanks for stopping by!

Announcement

Hey y'all! Welcome to my phantasmagoria of photographs!
This is documentation of lives well lived - capturing the beauty and oddity of this communal experience we call life.

All the images in this shop are 100% originals, shot and edited by yours truly.

All photographs in the shop is currently digital files, set up for you to download onto your own computer. You can use these files for just about anything - wallpapers (computer/phone/wall/whatever!), canvas prints, mugs, t-shirts, mouse pads, etc!
I only ask you don't re-sell and/or use the files for any commercial purposes.

Woodburned art is now available! Drawn, burned, sanded and stained by yours truly! Check out the shop section here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/shutteredintentions?section_id=15001909&ref=shopsection_leftnav_5

Thanks for stopping by!

Ellie Burton

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Ellie Burton

About

A Year Intention, Magnified.

So, a long, long time ago, a young girl was holding a camera - shakily, I might add.
What did she do?
She shot straight up the trunk of a tree, eagerly awaited the return of her film, and carefully put every single blurry 4x6 print into her photo album.
She took bunches of photos. Most of them blurry.
Then she grew up a little. Then she grew up a little more.
Her mother's old minolta film camera came in to her life. She examined it, with awe, but didn't use it. It passed to her brother, whom she jealously observed.
He passed it back to her. She looked at it again, then she looked back to the page in her college course book. "Darkroom Photography" it proclaimed. "Develop film, print images in the lab, understand the camera!" it proclaimed. Yes. She would do that.
The lab became her second home over that short semester. She emerged from the class with an armful of prints, a camera on her shoulder, and a glimmer in her eye.
More cameras caught her eye now. She touched them when entering stores, examined them online, used-without-abandon the loaners from friends.
Finally, a digital camera was bought. After that, an editing program. After that, a more capable computer. New lenses, a shutter release, a tripod, gadgets upon gadgets.
And she shot more and more.
Then, almost grown, she is at a camp. A camp that supports young people with a desire to learn, and grow, and become. This was her last year going. She was graduating. So at the intention circle, she came up with an idea. Why not? she said. I'll take a photo a day, for a whole year, she said. I'll post it online.
She thought nothing would come of it.
When she posted her first photo, though, and the response came - she was over the moon. I could do this! she said.
And so she did. And she got better.
And then she said, I should sell these. I could do that.
And so she did.
And then she said, what about framing? I could do that.
And so she did.

Shop members

  • Ellie B

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Photographer, Woodworker

    Ellie B is the brains/brawn behind Shuttered Intentions Photography. She takes photos - a lot of them. Sometimes, a few too many. In her spare time, she can be found sleeping, reading, and/or prepping for a backpacking adventure through New Zealand.

Shop policies

Last updated on February 10, 2014
Hi! Welcome!
This store is where I sell some of the lovely images taken for the ShutteredIntentions blog; for your (and your wall's ) eternal enjoyment!
Check out the blog here: shutteredintentions.wordpress.com
And thanks for stopping by! Explore, click on things, visualize my art adorning your walls...the whole bit.

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Returns and exchanges
There will be no refunds if the item is received undamaged (or if it is a digital download).

If it is harmed in shipment, I will need accurate photographs of the damaged piece and packaging. After that, depending on the damage, I may offer a full or partial refund.

Damage consists of: significant tears, crumpling, or punctures, significant cracking or warping of the frame. Minor scratches and warping are to be expected with a handmade piece, and do not constitute damage.

If the package is lost, I will do everything in my power to find it. If it is permanently gone, lost in the abyss, I will give a full refund
Payment
I accept PayPal, Direct Checkout through Etsy, and Etsy Gift Cards. I do require payment to be completed before I ship any items.

Cancellations - please contact me ASAP if you need to cancel your order. I will generally wait one business day before shipping any items.
Shipping
I will ship priority mail on all prints, unless you specifically ask for a different method.
On custom framed and wood burned art, I ship FedEx ground.

If you wish for upgraded shipping, please convo me BEFORE you purchase anything.

On every shipment, I put a standard $100 of insurance converge on it for loss or damage.

I will provide you with the tracking number as soon as the item ships.

I do ship international! However, we need to have a conversation regarding shipping costs prior to you purchasing my work.