After spending most of the past few weeks exploring how my new On1 software can be used for photoart fuckery, I’m now playing with it as more of a straight-up processing platform. On the left is 5280LM’s own Michael Pecaut, who should post here more often.
Street Art, RiNo, Denver
Not that there’s no fuckery afoot, of course. Continue reading
B/W version of the previous.
Two slightly different edits of a shot I took this morning out at the Denver Art Museum. Basically I moved the light a little. Which do you like better?
… perhaps I shouldn’t have had that third glass of wine today …
Sidney, Nebraska – statue honoring the Pony Express. Artist – Peter M. Fillerup of Wild West Designs
Some day, someone’s gonna make me stop doing this … but not today!
There was an empty room at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL – why would it be empty? I decided to set my camera to a timed shot to see what it would reveal. The light bouncing into the empty space made bands of grey. Pretty cool – regardless of the intention of the empty space.
Playing off Denny’s image yesterday of highly organized intersecting lines – this group of shadows and lines refuses to be so polished. This image is a reflection from the Ai Weiwei exhibit Bang at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
In this version I was able to experience the drips flush against the left wall but straight on to the right.
Screaming Walls an exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery. I found myself wanting to interact with this wall of ink. I took this image with my camera flat against the wall and shot up to the ceiling. I liked the uncertainty of the ink against the certain geometry of the building.