we’ve got a lot of things to shoot up here in the Pacific Northwest. the problem is, a lot of it’s already been shot to the point that it seems like a cliche to shoot it again. but i’ve found that light, camera angle, the way it’s framed … all this and more can take an expected shot and make it something more. one other thing while i’m on this soapbox, when i give in to the joy of shooting something, i end up with my most unexpected images. that … total involvement and passion for the shoot … i think it helps. sometimes you need to be clinical, like in architectural shooting, but passion brought to even that changes things. Continue reading
Month: September 2012
after a life of service …
Conversation with an Irishman
For the Birds
Equinox challenge: Pacific Northwest 7:49 am
Edmonds-Kingston ferry 7:50 am sailing – last car and last few passengers make the dash aboard.
It was a quiet grey morning – very fitting for the Autumnal Equinox.
Chasing a sunset.
I have a demo reel assignment for my multimedia class this week where we have to demonstrate our filming and editing skills. My friend Annie Flanagan (check out her web site) and I chased a sunset across town in an attempt to get nice shots for a time lapse. Unfortunately we didn’t catch the sun actually going down, but the light was incredibly beautiful for about an hour after.
Equinox Challenge: Rocky Mountain Blues, 8:49am MDT
Some of us decided on a little challenge for today: Autumnal Equinox was set to strike at 10:49am EDT, so everyone should take a picture at that moment. I’m not sure how many of my colleagues are playing, but here’s my contribution.
liquid valium …
The female of the species
a gray, gray day …
Independence Pass (September 2010)
Aspen trees, in honor of autumn, and in anticipation of my mountain jaunt tomorrow.
Taken on a day-trip up Independence Pass in the fall of 2010, prior to a good friend moving back to California. She and I spent a couple of months in 2010 going on photographic road trips so she could get as much of Colorado in her sights before leaving. This trip took us over Kenosha Pass, through Leadville, over Independence Pass, and back home down I-70. Tomorrow’s day trip will be over Guanella Pass (road conditions permitting), Leadville, Independence Pass, back down to Kenosha, and home. Should be a good way to celebrate the Autumn Equinox.
beyond the hills, home …
Autumn approaches in the Pacific Northwest… these are not shot in black and white, just PNW fog.
Open window, Shanghai
Where in the world is TVGuy going tomorrow?
Keeping it simple