Yet another photo of my new baby. Two-and-a-half weeks, and I had it in my hands everyday, which hopefully bodes well for my continuing to pay attention to learning this fine instrument.
After a couple of days off The Project, it was time to get a little creative. I’ve been disassembling more electronics, and one of my latest conquests has been an XM Radio. The big screen on the thing intrigued me, and I thought it would be cool to transform it into the big screen of a drive-in theatre. I found a bunch of small toy cars, and arranged them as though they were viewing the picture. But what to put on the screen? I had no way to drive it electrically, so I decided to “scribble” on it with a laser pointer. I’ve got no idea what those little guys are watching on the screen, but it sure seems like gibberish!
I made this image with my Canon 7D and Canon 24-105/4L lens. I worked the image Photoshop CS4E, using Nik Viveza and Nik Color Efex Pro’s Color Process filter.
I picked up these baoding balls in San Francisco several years ago. The cloisonné finish has always intrigued me, shimmering the way it does. They also chime when you roll them around in your hand, which is pretty dang pleasant.
I made this image with my Canon 7D and Canon 100/2.8 macro lens, putting on some finishing touches in Lightroom 2.
Emma loves to look out the window at the birds and squirrels. With the afternoon sun shining through the curtains, I photographed her staring at something off in the distance. I love the look of her staring off at… something. She’s a great model, and she works for dog food. 🙂
I took this image with my Canon 7D and Canon 24-105/4L lens. I brought it into Photoshop CS4E, massaged the hot spots with Nik Viveza and applied my new favorite filter, Glamour Glow, from Nik Color Efex Pro.
I had an opportunity to photograph the grounds of an old farm that was going up for sale. This tractor sat inside an open barn, almost as though it’d been frozen in time.
Red Tractor is available through my online gallery, and is available in a variety of sizes.
While on a trip to Glacier National Park, I took an all-day trip through the park on one of the Red Jammer Busses. These are great vehicles for viewing the park, having removable tops to allow viewing of things all around the vehicle.
This image is a close-up of the hubcap of the Jammer I traveled on.
Jammer Hubcap is available through my online gallery, and is available in a variety of sizes.