Monthly Archives: December 2007

Froggy Joe

Sometimes images come and grab me by the collar, demanding that they be captured. This happened not long ago when my girlfriend came to me to let me know that she had found a frog in a flower pot. Curious … Continue reading

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San Francisco Buildings

Call this “fun with the Holga.” Plastic cameras can offer fun and interesting results, and this is certainly one of them.  When I was in San Francisco I took a picture of the neighboring buildings beside the hotel I was … Continue reading

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As I have stated in the past, infrared photography can move a scene from common to fantasy. Detailed explanations can just get in the way, so again I am offering this image without delving into the location or context. Enjoy.

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A Full Inning

I spent two years in college studying Music Theory and Composition, and 3 1/2 of the semesters I spent studying theory were concentrated on the music of Bach. Nobody shaped the rules of the music we hear today more than … Continue reading

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I have shot infrared film for about 15 years and have always loved the results. It has given me an additional way to explore the possibilities of capturing and interpreting a scene. However, most of the infrared film I own … Continue reading

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Building Reflection

In addition to a number of reflection images in color, I also did a set in black and white. This will probably be a theme to which I will return because the results can be rather interesting.

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In a previous entry I noted that pinhole photography can have a tendency to mask the subject, which allows the viewer to wander in their interpretation. I am offering this image without explanation.

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On Saturday WVU played Pitt. All the #2 team in the nation needed to do was to knock off a 4-7 team at home to be able to play for the national championship. This is something that just about everyone … Continue reading

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