A Strange(r) Problem

A couple Saturdays ago I did something very unusual; I went to the local farmer’s market. You’re probably thinking that’s not unusual at all, people do it all the time. Normally you’d be correct but this is me we’re talking about. Let me break it down for you: The Farmer’s Market is from 8 a.m. […]


Railroad Portraits

We’ll start with the boring bit first today: these photos were taken on assignment for my Environmental Portraiture class this semester. One had to be done using a reflector and the other with a pocket strobe (aka speedlight, speedlite, flashgun, or whatever you want to call it). Originally I had planned on shooting these assignments on location during our in-class […]


Scanography: Cookies & Crayons

“Scanography, also spelled scannography more commonly referred to as scanner photography, is the process of capturing digitized images of objects for the purpose of creating printable art using a flatbed “photo” scanner with a CCD (charge-coupled device) array capturing device.” – Wikipedia As another assignment from my class this summer (eventually I’m going to run out of these) we did scanography. You can see the lovely […]