This month’s* picture of the month is an exercise in long/timed exposure: to take a picture like this you’ll need to do a little planning and a little math, and have a little extra equipment on hand. In my case, my subject was a picture of Dunwoody, GA taken from inside a hotel room and at night. Read on for more information about how you can create a picture under these conditions!
Welcome to a new feature for my site! On the eleventy-first of each month I’ll update the content throughout my site, so you can see my latest work. Each month I’ll also select a Picture of the Month (PotM) and tell you more about it.*
For my first entry I’ve selected this study in perspective: a picture of an office building in Atlanta where I’ve combined traditional black & white photography with modern digital effects to create a hybrid piece with a faux ink or watercolour feel. Continue reading “June 2018 PotM”
A crumbling structure…a fence of fear and paranoia…gritty decay…overgrowth and neglect…abandonment…shot on film. Continue reading Amurika 2016, Postmortem
Thank you for following along with the Photo Challenge! Today’s entry is meant for viewing and enjoyment, with no elaborate explanations about the technical work behind it. Just take it in as a piece of art, made for you. (although…editor’s note…it’s kind of cool on account of how he turned his camera into a pinhole … Continue reading And then there was One
For today, the second last day of the Great 2016 Photo Challenge, the word of the day was BLUE: Aught-OH! Seems the poindexters at Georgia Tech (editor’s note: hey! I resemble that remark!) have updated the T.A.R.D.I.S. Playing on the theme of “blue”, the point of this picture is to imagine what the good Dr’s … Continue reading Blue
Today’s Photo Challenge word was SPOON. And there is absolutely a spoon in these pictures… Today’s submission has been rated PG-13 by the MPAA*†‡, and comes to you courtesy of cold-flu-induced delirium. The second picture in the series is offered as a placating device for the Bertha-better-n-you folks in the crowd, as evil queens and … Continue reading Spoon Art (There is No Spoon)
Today’s Photo Challenge word was AMBIVALENT, and the shots were selected to tell a photojournalistic story of wealth vs. decay: These images were captured using a photojournalism style called commentary, where the photographer develops 2-3 photographs, each with a strong message, to tell a specific story. The first photo in this series is a picture … Continue reading Ambivalent