Rachael Barbash is a documentary style photographer based in Columbus, Ohio. Rachael is writing this bio in third person because she thinks it sounds sophisticated.
Rachael has studied photography at Columbus State and Ohio State University. She shoots bands, live concerts, events, weddings, merchandise, and whatever else you can think of.
Rachael has been a staff photographer for Columbus State Community College, Donewaiting.com and the Wexner Center for the Arts as well as contributing photographer for Alternative Press Magazine. She has also been published by The Columbus Dispatch, The Other Paper, Columbus Alive, Columbus Monthly and 614 Magazine.
Camera equipment includes (but is not limited to): Canon 50D, Canon Digital Rebel Ti, 18-55mm zoom lens, 70-200 telephoto lens, 50mm 1.8 prime lens, 10-17mm wide angle lens, 430EX Speedlite Flash, Cactus 4-channel Wireless Flash Trigger Set, 2 umbrella with stand set.
Working computer experience: Adobe Lightroom 3, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, HTML, CSS, and the Adobe CS5 Suite notably Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, and Illustrator.
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Hi Rachael. Hope your Thanksgiving was relaxing. Do you have any more of the celluloid cuts for sale? I saw your cool exhibit at the Gateway Film Center back in 2019… Before everything changed.
The one I really wanted was the three frames of Hal from 2001, but it was sold.
Thx so much for your time.
Hi Jim! Thanks for the nice message! What a different world this is now, right?
I actually JUST set up my “commerce” website with some prints from the Celluloid Shadows show here: https://www.rachaelbarbash.net/products
I have a 2001 one up in the store already but it’s not the three frames from Hal that you mentioned. Let me get the Hal one up there and I’ll get back to you.
Hi again Jim, you can find that print here: https://www.rachaelbarbash.net/products/2001-4×6-inside-5×7-matte-3
Thx for the quick response. Tomorrow I’ll order the 2001 Hal.
Good timing on my part for sure. One of my sons is a glass artist and I understand how busy it can be around the holidays