Yeah, sorry. I couldn’t come up with a better title. One of the things about my photographic work is that I’m not really totally wanting to “just do photography.” In almost all of the images that I capture, I want to add something of an … Continue readingDon’t Feed the Dino!
Well, actually, there’s no such thing as old River Park in Fresno. There’s just River Park. I called it “Old” River Park because of the treatment I gave to the image — about which I’ll say more below.
This post is not going to be a detailed “how-to” for the use of textures and blend modes. And I should note — you’ve no doubt already noticed — that the image here is “different” than what I normally post, in that it includes a … Continue readingPost-Processing Textures & Blend Modes: Zombie Pin-up
When I was in high school, I was fortunate to be able to take photography at a school that had a good-sized darkroom, with areas for processing color as well as black-and-white film and prints. To this day, I still remember the acrid smell and … Continue readingDigital “Darkroom”
My friend and mentor, attorney David Mugridge, called me a couple weeks ago to say that his son James was graduating from San Joaquin College of Law today.
Awhile back, I was given the opportunity to shoot The Mofo Party Band at Audie’s Olympic.
Sometimes, a photographer just has to play around a little.
Chris Pierce is a good friend of mine. Recently, the band in which he plays bass — the Gray Horse — was playing at a local nightspot. When I arrived to watch, I learned that a photographer they were expecting had not yet shown up, … Continue readingGray Horse Band Member: Chris Pierce
DISCLAIMER! I can’t give enough warnings on this: if nudity offends you, or you are at work and it will offend your co-workers, do not click on the link to the gallery contained in this post. END DISCLAIMER!
“Home Alone” was followed by “Home Alone 2.” Since my last post was a play off of that movie and I wanted to post the same beautiful woman again, I’d be just as…uh…”creative” with my title.
First, apologies to the IE folks who haven’t been able to view the site. As noted elsewhere, I had to make significant code changes to the original theme. In the process, I left a “- ->” off the end of one line, which apparently confounded … Continue readingPhotoshop Painting
Once in awhile, I get a wild hair and want to test what I’m able to do. Erin’s impromptu portrait is an example.