On the 49th floor of the Saigon Skydeck, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.
This is what happens when you flip and invert an old photo of a tree against a foggy morning atmosphere. Basically, it's an upside-down negative. :)
A colleague recently commented that my architectural work and my portraiture seem to be at such odds.
That made me sit back and really think about that.
In the end I've come to believe that the two are very much similar.
My location portraiture work is all about exploring and trying to articulate visually a core truth of the...
An older image I've just updated. I'd love to hear thoughts on this - I personally like the simplicity and graphical nature but I can understand how others may view differently.
All viewpoints and comments welcomed - what do you like/not like, what improvements could be made (if worthwhile).
Most of all, I'd like to understand the...
How such frames can be more interesting?
Light house at Puduchery, India. Swivelled steps takes to the top for a good view of city and the sea.
We went to see the Reading Phillies (AAA baseball) last night. This is the sidewalk by the handicapped parking, which I was really glad to be able to use but sorry I had to do so.
This image shows a very minor part of the 'Bundeskanzleramt' in Berlin.
The original photo was taken last year and heavily edited almost half a year later. I used a more graphical approach by pushing colors a bit the a unnatural feel, but also tried to kept the overall balance and didn't pushed them to hard. I also simplified the shapes...
A look at a mid level storm, while flying at 35,000 feet from the seat of a plane as the sun's rays shine down on parts of Houston TX.
Dandelion seed with a water drop on it.
this is my first attempt so I would be glad if you could give me some tips.
shot with a Pentax k-x and a Tamron 90mm and lit with a speed light.
I had completed my cube last night and it was just kinda sitting there looking all completed and what not, so I gave it a job.
Meet Model Cube. =)
*Adobe Illustrator Update-
Over the last few months I've been focusing more on abstract city photography. I'm planning on writing a longer post about that in the future, but in the meantime, I thought I would share one of my favorites of the year. I've been keeping my eyes open for more opportunities like this, and the results have been pretty...
This photo isn't that good. I should have used a polarized filter on my camera. I just couldn't seem to get the whole thing in focus. Trying to focus on these clouds and rainbow was a task but it was vanishing quickly. This took place after a rogue storm. We seem to have a lot of those in TN.
Just pouring oil in water for fun on a rainy day!
Jeremy - See my note in your oil post.
feedback always welcome!
Oil droplets on water.
shot with a Pentax k-x and a Tamron 90mm macro.
any comments or critiques and tips are gladly received.
I don't think I've posted abstracts yet.
Post inspired by Ruth's ink arts and Sandra's macro forests.
This was shot early 2018 (part of a series) for an interior designer to incorporate into a home make over. The home owner loved Orchids. At the time, I had grown tired of looking at these, so I decided to re-visit with a fresh eye...
This afternoon I finally yielded to my wife's suggestion that I at least inspect what is shown here and see if there was any salvaging the assembly or should we replace it? Yes, it can be salvaged, although much of what you see needs to removed (did that) and be replaced (parts ordered.) Do you want to guess what it is? Most everyone I know has...