Sarasota Photoset Details [ Vol. 2 ]

This is yet another color-edited photoset of a few locations in downtown Sarasota, FL. This is the most recent of numerous photosets I’ve collected from my shots that have similar light and hue. Be on the look out for more!

Caitlin Burns Sarasota Photography

 

Same as my previous photoset, this composition is now available in my shop! It’s printed on 65lb. holographic, glossy paper. It fits in a standard 7”x7” frame, similar to this one. I think these shots would look great individually framed, which can be arranged with a special order.

Locations in Sarasota

top-left — Top of the Sarasota Main Plaza.
top-right — The Sarasota Herald-Tribune Building.
bottom-left — Lido Key’s North Towers.
bottom-right — Spooky roof of the 7th St. 7/11.

Here is a Google Map of where I took these photos.

Sarasota Photoset Details [ Vol. 1 ]

This is an color-edited photoset of a few locations in downtown Sarasota, FL. This is the first of numerous photosets I’ve collected from my shots that have similar light and hue. Be on the look out for more!

Sarasota Photoset

This photoset is now available in my shop! It’s printed on 65lb. holographic, glossy paper. It fits in a standard 7”x7” frame, similar to this one. I think these shots would look great individually framed, which can be arranged with a special order.

Locations in Sarasota

  • top-left — The sky viewed from the Ringling Causeway. Taken August 2015.
  • top-right — A foggy night at Lido Beach. Taken March 2016.
  • bottom-left — Succulents near my old apartment on Ringling Blvd. Taken February 2016.
  • bottom-right — Interesting light from an alley off Orange Ave. Taken January 2015.

Here is a Google Map of where I took these photos.

Blogging yet again!

Hey sup internet! I’ve always been on-and-off with my blogging habits, but I’ve started again! These days I make my living customizing WordPress sites, among other things, so I wanted to start up my own again, this time utilizing what I’ve learned with my clients.

In general, I aim to have a blogging style that is colorful but clear, informative but playful. I want to share things I love without being a total shill, and I want to document the exciting projects I’m working on!

The theme I’m currently using is just a highly edited child theme of the default WordPress theme TwentySixteen. This is going to be a sort of playground where I experiment with CSS doodads, questionable SEO tactics, and attempt to wrap my head around more complex web functions.

Feels nice to have an outlet once again!

Interested in blogging?

Hire me for web or graphic design, check out my portfolio! I can help you discover exactly how to maximize your brand’s online potential.

Some recent projects I’ve worked on:

WeanBaby.com — Not only did I design the website for this new app, but I headed the art direction the entire project, from initial logo ideation, to UX, all of the icons and assets, and more. This product will help countless mothers streamline their weaning timelines, resulting in happy babies everywhere!

AdrianVaca.com — Adrian is such a cool guy! His extensive CV required some pretty specific organization. As a teacher, performer, and composer, he has a large body of work that speaks for his different skills. I love this e-card he did with American Greetings, it’s so great!!

FloridaSurprise.com — Some close friends of mine founded an art collective to bring together Florida’s Gulf coast-based artists. It’s so nice to see everyone combine their different skills together to further this project. Once a quarter we release a web-zine, and we frequently have shows and other events.