Man. I’m late on a blog entry. For the first time in a long time. I guess I’ve been really busy lately. Hopefully it won’t happen again.
Before we get into the main content of this here blog entry, I will point out that the Pufferbilly Days Photo Contest photos should be on display tonight. I urge you to go down and check out the photos. They will be on display at 8th & Story. In the window of Ensley Photography’s store front.
I have the 6 entries that were picked out by my 6 volunteers up.
My sister Carla also entered 4 pictures. Yet another reason you should go up there and check it out.
They should be on display until Sunday night. For those of you that don’t love me enough, I will release the pictures that were entered during the blog next week.
Thanks again to the volunteers that picked out my entries!
Now that bit of unpleasantness is behind us, let’s look at something else.
Recently I went to a friend’s abode to make an image for THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT. The photo below will be taped to Page 103 in the physical Photo Journal:
Page 103 – Make a portrait of someone without them being in the picture.
I won’t tell you whom this is a portrait of, but if you know me and know my friends, it doesn’t take Sherlock Holmes to figure this one out.
I think this is actually a pretty great idea for a photo project. I can think of several friends that I could have done this for as well. Next time we check in on THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT, we will look at Page 105. I’m pretty certain.
On my recent trip to the Iowa State Fair with Nader, I was able to knock out a couple more photos for THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT. Here is Page 7:
Page 7 – Tell a joke with a single picture. (Photo Assistant: Nader Parsaei)
I get it. A bunch of cops hanging around guarding giant donuts. It isn’t that funny. Stop picking on cops for liking donuts. Everybody likes donuts. It isn’t original. I don’t need it in my act. You get it any way.
The next look into THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT will either be Page 65 or Page 105 or Page 41. Who knows? I certainly don’t.
I was recently doing the summer senior pictures for Saydie Howard. It seemed like the perfect opportunity to do another one of the pages for THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT;
Page 17 – And what about the last thing that made you cry.
Saydie’s beau Kyle and Kelly Howard were photo assistants on this photo shoot. Which was a good thing because Kyle introduced me to a sunflower patch I didn’t know about, but will be visiting soon. Heck I might have visited between the time I wrote this post and the time that this got delivered gently into your inbox by the Photography 139 delivery system. (Spoiler: It is a series of tubes.)
I’ve been recently commissioned to photograph the flower garden of a relative. While I was over there, I decided to tackle Page 8 of THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT:
Page 8 – Take an ugly picture of something beautiful.
Next time we look at THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT, we will take a look at sound.
On the last day of my vacation, I headed to Dolliver Memorial State Park. My mission was to complete Page 80 of THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT. Good news is that it worked out!
Page 80 – Next time you pass something and think, “Hey that would make a great picture”, actually stop and take a picture.
I stopped and took this picture somewhere along P70.
The next time we delve into the THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT will be about beautiful-ugly or ugly-beautiful.