The Good Life Gravel Adventure/Gravel Worlds is only a few weeks away. Sunday, I went out with some of the crew to shoot video promoting the event. Sometimes, you find lounging furniture. Is this a dump or a hangout spot? Or just stadium seating for wheelie contests? Gravel grinders are all about where the pavement … Continue reading »
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‘pho∙to∙gra∙phy’ (etymology of): from photos (ϕοτοσ), light, and graphos (γραοσ), writing, delineation, or painting. I love pushing the limits of relatively uncomplex consumer cameras, repurposing their pre-programmed photo modes for unintended and beautiful consequences of imagery. Here, “Starry Night” mode on the Panasonic Lumix TS-1 becomes more Mark Rothko painting than photograph as a 15-second … Continue reading »
The Battlefield Pinhole Camera | DIYPhotography.net
The Battlefield Pinhole Camera | DIYPhotography.net This is just so beautiful…
Weekend in Chicago
Last weekend, I went to Chicago. This is the view from Nate’s rooftop. Pretty great, especially after nine hours of driving. After a late-night party in Pilsen, Nate & I rode to breakfast at Lula in Logan Square. It was incredible. Having my own bike along made the long drive well worth it. On Saturday … Continue reading »
Poets in Denver
After helping Becca move to Ft. Collins, I headed down to Denver to visit Jules & Mathias and D’Count in their new home. This is their dog park. Not satisfied to be so close to the mountains without venturing up a bit, Jules & I headed up into Rocky Mountain National Park this morning before … Continue reading »
One of the better ones
The trope of photographing oneself every day for a year (or two, or more) and turning it into a stop-motion video is pretty well worn at this point, but the effect is doubtless still cool. This video, however, is by far the most visually interesting of them that I’ve seen. The Longest Way 1.0 – … Continue reading »
I took a walk with the work 40D to test out various settings and experiment with a cracked filter. A few shots viewable here.
“Nostalgia is the desire for desire.” — Susan Stewart, On Longing: Narratives of the Miniature, the Gigantic, the Souvenir, the Collection
This is how you sell a wide-angle lens.