Approx. 25K pixels long. Created from about 30 raw images. I’m including a few 100% screen shots to show the detail in the shot. These are both in the left foreground.
What’s amazing is that I remember just about every kid in this class. I had a crush on the teacher (Miss Savitz?). The girl sitting next to me usually wore thick glasses and was the[…]
I didn’t understand this stance when I took the picture. It just seemed an odd way to see the “dark side of the moon” so to speak. When I looked at the picture more carefully,[…]
Moma, yesterday and beyond. The abstractists (my own word sorry) really bug me. Not because I can do the same thing (I think) with a paint roller and a large canvas. At any rate, they[…]
Thanks to the Wayback machine I can recycle some of my earliest blog posts. Here are a few snippets. 12-26-99 A few days ago, I stopped by one of those photography stands that seem to[…]
The city is always filled with little mysteries. Just about anywhere you look, you can find wonderful and sometimes odd puzzles. At first this looks like a company or guy named Rick went around the[…]
I’ve always thought, based on my own experiences, that photographers use their cameras to hide behind. I was always shy in social situations that involved more than one-on-one conversations. I was very insecure in so[…]
I never knew whether these creations were collages, montages, or something relatively new. The techniques for creating most of them were new, at least to me. Some involved the APG Gigaprint head, that could click[…]