Monday, August 27, 2012

Still Lifes: Flower and Polished Stones

Edward Weston had his shells and peppers; I've got my Dollar Store fake flowers and polished stones. Here are five images I made of them tonight:

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Uncle Norbert's Clock

On our mantle sits a late nineteenth or early twentieth century Ingraham clock that belonged to my wife's late Uncle Norbert. This is a photographic study of it I made last night after everyone else had gone to bed:

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Showcase Piedmont Park Field Trip

I've been taking a class at the Showcase School of Photography in Atlanta. (It's great, by the way. I recommend the Showcase School highly.) Last Saturday, exactly a week ago as I type this, we met at Piedmont Park, instead of at the classroom off of Cheshire Bridge, to do some actual photography.

On trips such as this, what I find I enjoy the most is taking pictures of the other photographers taking pictures, so here are a dozen of my "Photographers Photographing" portraits:

Most of the other participants brought their own models--family and/or friends--but I didn't think my girls were up to it (plus my wife had a bridal shower to go to that afternoon, and I thought going to Piedmont Park that morning would be a bit much for her that day). I got some good pictures of the other photographers' models, but I also got some good pictures of random people who just happened to be at the park: