JD Smith Art Collections
Shop for artwork from JD Smith based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by JD Smith
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Tin Cup, Colorado Cemetery by JD Smith
North Texas Hay Harvest by JD Smith
Orange Sunset at Childress Texas by JD Smith
Colorado High Plains Horse Trailer by JD Smith
Downtown Denver CO Moonrise by JD Smith
Polaris Star Trails Peoria Colorado by JD Smith
Doc Holliday Memorial at the Linwood Cemetery in Glenwood Springs, Colorado by JD Smith
Sunrise at Kiowa, Colorado by JD Smith
The Masonic Cemetery in Central City, Colorado by JD Smith
Fall Colors at the IOOF Cemetery in Central City, Colorado by JD Smith
Tombstone Cemetery Twilight by JD Smith
Balloon at Colorado Springs Balloon Festival by JD Smith
View of Pikes Peak with Fresh Snow at Garden of the Gods by JD Smith
Moonrise over Denver CO by JD Smith
Devil's Head Swirling Golden Sunset by JD Smith
I70 car trails by JD Smith
West Spanish Peak CO by JD Smith
Buckley AFB Radome Star Trails by JD Smith
Star Trails at Bennett, Colorado by JD Smith
Moonrise over Bennett, Colorado by JD Smith
Early Morning Planetrise at Kiowa, Colorado by JD Smith
Sunset at Flagler, Colorado by JD Smith
Is This A Burlington Northern Model Train by JD Smith
Snow on Rock Formation at Garden of the Gods by JD Smith
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About JD Smith
I can thank my mom for getting me into photography back when I was 13 in middle school in the small West Texas town of Snyder, Texas. I took an intro to black and white photography with darkroom work, and I was immediately hooked. I love the process of taking pictures, and love(d) the technical aspects of darkroom film development and enlargements. I had my own darkroom through high school, was on the yearbook staff, was Chief Photographer during my senior year. I took as many pictures as I could and had a photography business going.
But then my senior year I discovered computers and went to Texas Tech and earned a Computer Science degree. Then got married, had kids, and yada yada yada, my oldest son is now graduating college, also at Texas Tech. Since I didn't have access to a darkroom any longer in college, was focusing on my degree, then got married and had kids, I just haven't had the time in the past, oh, 25 years or so for photography...
But now I'm back! It's now the digital age, and I am now shooting with a Canon EOS T5i DSLR and even have image editing software too.
Recently I had the opportunity to work in Colorado for 8 months, which I explored with my camera and took lots of pictures. I explored Colorado, Eastern New Mexico, West Texas, places along the route between Colorado Springs and Dallas. I realized how much I missed being a photographer, so now I am devoting my life to the art again. It's great to be back into photography.