It’s amazing how much work had gone into plots and monuments in cemeteries. It’s a shame they’re not seen by more people.
Again, noontime light is awful for photos. But that’s when I was able to get out. So what does one do during this time of day? Roll with it. In meandering around the cemetery I found this old stone which caught my attention. It’s not fancy or overtly special, but the way the light raked […]
While not a spectacular or creative photo by any means, I was really surprised by how much Chromatic Aberration was visible in this shot. (The photo used in the banner has the CA removed…) It was taken on a bright and clear day around noon, so the light was pretty terrible (harsh) for photos, but that being […]
Sometimes the way light hits ordinary objects makes them pop. This is one of those moments. The setting sun was streaming in through my kitchen window and just hit these items just so…
We finally get a decent stretch of weather with some beautiful blue skies and what do I do? Strip out the color and go greyscale again. At least there are lots of different tones in this photo…
I came upon this tree and saying in Oakwood Cemetery. I stripped out the color from the original image by adding Adobe Lightroom’s “Red Hi-Contrast Filter” preset. What may (or may not) be obvious is the other photoshopping I did to the image to increase the “canvas” size around the carving to make it more horizontal that it actually […]
This old scale has been in my family for years. I think it came from my mother’s side… Anyway, I have photographed it before. My best guess is that those other photos were taken back in 1990 when I was at RIT. Those photos were taken on a medium-format camera with Tri-X film. This latest […]