Mono-chrome, one-color. Shooting in Monochrome can mean you've taken a black and white image - all shades of grey, or a vintage looking image with all sepia tones. But it could also mean you've taken an image with all shades of any other color. This image is still all grey, but shot in color. Monochrome... Continue Reading →
“The world opens up…as a grand and glorious adventure in feeling and in understanding. Nothing human is unimportant to him. Everything he sees is germane to his purpose. Every word that he hears uttered is of potential use to him. Every mood, every passing fancy, every trivial thought can have its meaning and its place... Continue Reading →
I'd like to think while the Headlights images allow the viewer to imagine what's happening in the pictured figure's life, the Monochrome images allow the viewer to relate and insert their own experiences into the life of the pictured figure. So, desaturated narratives. Maybe that's my niche.What's yours?
Shinrin-yoku - forest bathing, considered a healing practice
I've been stuck in my head a lot lately, and as I make what I intend to be emotional work inside of a small dark studio, that doesn't always help. So, as Florida has been cooling down lately, and I recently got ar 50mm lens, I took the time on a Saturday to visit some local nature trails and spend some time observing nature. These aren't the most artsy, perfectly composed photos, but they were precisely what I needed to create at the time.
The Enchanted Dolls' House is an illustrated pop up book by Robyn Johnson. Within it are 4 paper doll houses with various things to discover behind the windows and doors. So I discovered them photographically and I certainly hope you'll enjoy. Get your own copy of the book here. You may also enjoy my post... Continue Reading →