Media: Digital Infrared (converted camera) Photographed with modified infrared camera and treated with HDR software. This was taken from the Circle Line boat that tours around New York.
Central Park, summer of 2007. In the background is the model sailboat lake. Is there really a name for this lake. I call is model sailboat lake, but because in good weather that’s what people can do here. Photographed with infrared film, Leica M3. Something I can’t put my finger on, but very soothing […]
2008. Central Park Lake. San Remo towers in background. In 2008 I began to shoot with digital infrared. This was done with a camera that was modified to only transmit infrared to the sensor; at a spot by the willow trees where I like to sit down and get away from the noise and rush […]
Darkness at Noon (German: Sonnenfinsternis) is a novel by Hungarian-born British novelist Arthur Koestler, first published in 1940. His best known work, it is the tale of Rubashov, an Old Bolshevik who is arrested, imprisoned, and tried for treason against the government that he had helped to create. And of course the title is from Herr Zimmerman.
Between the time that I thought of this idea for a post, and the time I finally got around to writing it I have completely forgotten what is was to be about. But I’m hoping that if I go and look at the last photo I futzed with it will jostle the grey cells back […]
I don’t know, maybe this ghostly kid wasn’t really there. No, he was there alright. It was just one of the pleasures with infrared film that you never knew exactly what you were going to get. Eyes, straight on, were usually dark and alien-looking. Skin tones could give you a Johnny Winter look. You know, […]