Friday, April 24, 2009

The Specialist

shot head sculpture through window, the window added a nice effect due to reflection and scratch on glass....added black brush to subract head element, title taken from the band interpol, one my favorite bands...

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

dark of the matinee

Simple black and white shot of a movie theater. At 3:30 in the am, I was left alone to play in the streets. I was trying to capture/recreate my feeling at seeing this theater at this late/early hour. Shadows darken the unlit marquee, unlit titles offering escape.

Sunday, April 19, 2009


Photo of an abandoned, lonely pier, on a lovely spring day. The park offered a great view of the Seattle Skyline which i chose to ignore, instead I took a good 50 or so shots of this derelict. The photo was shot purposely high to create a little moodiness.

Color Photo is cross processed, Black and White is filtered via infrared. Photoshop is my friend! Added a faux Holga filter, to add a slight 'rush to the water' and a nice old time black border.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Dreams Old Men Dream

Second attempt at HDR Photography, quite pleased with this image. This time i used 3 raw images bracketed at -2 0 +2 Ev. On the HDR image Fake Tales, I shot in bracketed JPGS. RAW is the ticket, so much richer detail and saturation.

Walking around the Seattle Center at Noon on a Tuesday. The center was deserted today, so i asked the Carousel attendant if I could get a little intimate with the horseys....

Once again I used Photoshop, Photomatix, Noiseware Pro.

Inspired by the cold war kids...

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Fake Tales

This is my first attempt at HDR PHOTOGRAPHY, and I am quite pleased with the final result.

I live a stone's throw from the Sculpture Park in Seattle, and I usually take a stroll every couple days or so. I love this park, and if your ever in Seattle I suggest you make a visit.

I am not going to attempt to explain the process, as I am not much of a technical writer so instead i will simply list the programs used. Photoshop, Photomatix, Noiseware Pro.