Sunday, November 6, 2011

A lot of steam as the breaks are released. Mild HDR  Wilmington Western Railroad.

The Gypsy Water Witch conjures up some magic. HDR waterfall and Photoshop magic.

Harvest Home near Ramsey Farm. HDR.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Pirate Girl at the PA Renaissance Faire

Nephelim (or the fallen). Who and what?

Wonder and Boredom in the eyes of a three-year-old. Samples of selective focus where, using a wide open aperture and exacting focus, only the glint of the eye is in precise focus.

Enchanted Rose leads to conflict--as does all enchantment.

Sweet Chariot. Taken in Lancaster 8-2011.

Youth walking in Fundy mist.

In Sackville, New Brunswick. Estuary jogger. 8-11

An old faucet from my original apartment in Hudson NY

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

In Mordor

Self Portrait, Me, my eyeball, my hands are trees, birds and Sauron. My wedding band is the ring that rules them all! I'll bet you didn't know Frodo wore Harry Potter glasses?

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Gypsy in the Far Country

PhotoShop compilation of images.

More than 1 second time exposure

Falls Orange Leaf. 2 second time exposure caught the motion of Kaaterskill Falls

Over 1 second exposures

Pizza Delivery Commotion. Tri-pod mounted on my dash. 2-second time-exposure going through Newark. DE last night.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Tree of Wonder. Day and Night. Frivolity and Aspiration. Light and Forboding. The wonders of the life unconscious.

Glassware assignments

Glassware is difficult to photograph. The best solution is to let the light pass through the subjects rather than try to illuminate the glass directly. The first photo was lit with a strobe illuminating white seamless. There was no direct lighting on the wine glasses. Note the mirror base and the blue tint.

The second photo was lit from behind with three strobes two from the sides and one from overhead. The background was blacked out using PhotoShop to give a neon appearance to the bottles.

Good snow pictures demand freshly fallen snow and early light (or evening light). Taken Jan 2010.

Below: The restored Smith Bridge in the snow. There were many telephone poles and wires removed with PhotoShop.