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06 Statton Island Ferry
07 9/11 Memorial
08 9/11 Memorial
05 Empire Sate Building 2004
06 Carnagie Deli 2004
I'm going to start a single thread for my photos and add to it as time and images become available:
01 - Fly
02 - A series of...
You're probably right...there are new no things in this world, just fresh eyes to see them and new ways of doing them.
I've been around for a long time. The 3D is all but done for me but it looks as though digital photography is here to stay. Once I clear my plate of some recent obligations, and get more...
As a matter of fact I have a horrible coffee habit...the amount of java joe consumed by is staggering. My hat's off to anyone who can quit a filthy addiction 'cause I sure can't.
For a while I'd entertained using toilet paper for all the cuts but changed my mind because I wanted the images to reflect the mundane, pedestrian things that I do. That said, I like your...
I appreciate it.
Hmmmm...make sure that you have a game plan...know what type of theme you're going to use. Because this series of photos was shot in natural light I needed to work relatively fast. I'd also needed to...
Ahhhhhhhhhh.......now I get you.
Thanks...it was a lot of fun. I have future plans for another photo along the same lines but the complexity will take more time than I have right now.
I'm not seeing what you mean...no sharpening was done to this photo. Are you talking about the moisture under the left and right eye?
Done deal...that's what I'll do from now on. All in.
Thanks for the advice.
Self portraits are a challange at the best of times....check out my latest self portrait thread:
Shave - A Self Portrait Series
There is something about the day to day that has always intrigued me. We take for granted the daily chores and habits until someone catches them on film. Shave-A Self Portrait Series is an experiment...
'Self Inflicted' reflects what my life has been like during the past 7-8 months.
Created and rendered in Cinema4D
A self portrait. The photo, textures and the reflection in the glasses were all shot with a Canon EOS Rebel
Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk, nyuk....aaaahhhhhhhhhh, that cracks me up!