November 29, 2013
For a long while, black and white photography was all there was. Then came color, and the
color film pioneers, and – like the television – most people went that way.
Recently, I started
playing around with monochrome, especially with some of the VSCO presets that look decent. I see what others do with black and white, and have the thought: “I should try that too.”
Good artists steal, etc. But really, it just gives me a reason to experiment with a new process. I’ve
toyed around with black and white before, but setting out to grab specific B&W images is something new.
When I finally finish with my first roll of black and white film –
that’s when things get interesting.
November 25, 2013
What once-proud slide film has been reduced to: an arts and crafts project.
November 8, 2013
One of my favs from the
One Hour Photos project I did back in September. More to come.
such a great look and vibe – a sweetheart and a fun model.
November 8, 2013
The colors seem to be sticking around a bit longer this year.
Captured along the banks of the Liberty Mill Pond, where the Grand River starts.
November 7, 2013
With Daylight Savings Time coming around again, it’s been nice to have a bit of light in the morning. I’d rather trade the darker evenings for a glimpse at dawn.
This one, though, was back before the gloom and ugliness of November took over – when the leaves were just turning, and that beautiful September light made the commute a wonderland.
October 29, 2013
Sure is pretty around here this time of year.
October 28, 2013
Honored to have my
“Nixon vs. Elvin” VSCOCam photo picked for VSCO’s curated Grid.
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my own VSCO Grid.
October 25, 2013
My work commute has kept me entertained for going on three years now.
Every day, the rural scenery is lovely – not matter what season it is. And I always pass things that I think to myself, “I’m
going to pull over and grab a shot of that.”
Sometimes it takes months. Sometimes it takes a year or two. But eventually, I pull over and take the photo.
This barbed post, for instance, is something I’ve had my eye on since this summer. Now, with the autumn colors, I felt like it was the perfect time to capture it.
Patience. Weather. Observation. Scenery.
October 18, 2013
‘Tis the season for gloom and doom.