This picture comes from the following folder: Backup/Old My Pictures/JCJanson
This is a photo technique that Jay and I should really revisit in the future. I don’t know if we have done this since Portrait of an Artist as a Middle-Aged Man.
Next week’s folder will be: Backup/Old My Pictures/Jones Soda
The submissions for ODD CAMERA ANGLE:
Christopher D. Bennett
The theme for this week is:
A look back at last year’s SHADOWS pictures:
Good luck with this theme!
The rest of the tulip pictures from my trip to Pella with my Mom.
Next week’s Personal Photo Project involves the final piece or the endgame of the 9 Emotions Project.
More pictures of tulips from my trip to Pella with my Mom.
More from the Still Laughing Series tomorrow.
I took a calculated risk this year and went to Pella with my Mom a full week before I did last year. I knew it was a risk because of the relatively cold spring and my risk did not pay off. Very few of their tulips were blooming. I still managed to take quite a few pictures.
Here are more pictures from the Still Laughing Series.
More tulip pictures tomorrow.
Life got away from me a little bit, so I’m tardy in posting these pictures. A collection of historical Boone artifacts in this volume.
Although I’m sure most people have seen these pictures by now, I have yet to post them here. What was tragically not captured digitally was Jon (who did an awesome job as a photo assistant) turning into a ghost at one point to act as a background. It will definitely be a lasting memory for me.
There are more pictures in the Alice – 9 Months Album in the store:
Next Wednesday will feature pictures of Logan running track.
These pictures are from: Backup/Old My Pictures/Insects
I believe both of these pictures were taken at Ledges when we were photographing Willy’s part of The Beaver Machete Massacre Project. For some reason that makes me nostalgic for having a day off in the middle of the week. That must mean I’m in desperate need of a vacation.
Next week’s folder: Backup/Old My Pictures/JC Janson
I’m guessing the technical demands of PAINTING WITH LIGHT scared off many contributors this week. Or it might have been all of the graduations going down this week. I anticipate with the coming Memorial Day weekend that there won’t be many submissions for next Monday either.
Christopher D. Bennett
Next week’s theme:
ODD CAMERA ANGLE
A look back at ODD CAMERA ANGLE from last year:
I don’t know necessarily what my Memorial Day is going to entail, but at the very least, the theme for the following week will be posted at noon next Monday. I would advise you to have your picture in early.
A brief word to explain these pictures. These are pictures taken with a pinhole camera with a trio of different filters. Although most of my photography is somewhat experimental, these are extremely experimental.
Often times I look at a picture and think, well that didn’t work. There are other times, I look at the picture and I think that didn’t work like it was supposed to, but it somehow works in a different way. These pictures I think work in a different way.
I’m not really sure where the ripple effect came from in these pictures. I think it was somewhere in the development process, unless I bent the film while winding it.
Here are a few more pictures from the The Better Series.
I don’t usually reveal where my picture titles come from, but I think everybody knows that they come from quotes that I like. I’m going to break with tradition slightly and reveal that this title comes from the following Ralph Waldo Emerson quote:
“All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.”
Next week’s Personal Photo Project will involve tulips.