Self-taught photographer Pamela Needham has been taking pictures as a hobby for over fifteen years. When she began working with a digital camera, she became more serious about her work. As a hobbyist, she gave her photographs to friends, but it wasn’t long before people were requesting to buy them. Three years ago, Needham started her photography business, Uniquely Me.
Needham does not digitally alter her photographs beyond cropping and slight corrections, but the flexibility and capacity afforded by digital cameras allowed her to indulge her love for New Mexico’s flora, fauna, and landscape. Originally from the Oklahoma Panhandle, Needham has considered New Mexico her home since she arrived in 1978, and most of her photography captures the greater Las Cruces area. “I love this state,” she said. “It’s so diverse and gorgeous.”
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