One of my covid inspired creative projects is to go through old negatives and digitize them for my archive.
Along the way I'm finding old portraits that need an up date or two, maybe perhaps a fantasy twist.
Sometimes my mind gets a little screwy with all the many options, so in those cases I follow the path of least resistance and carry on.
This week I explore digital drawing techniques of my old favorite flowerpower series. I'm starting on paper so I get a line quality I like, then shoot the simple drawing with my iPhone and up load it to my drawing app.
I've been playing around with my images making composite photos for some time. It started in the early eighties with double exposures in the darkroom and has morphed over the course of my digital career. Yesterday my dear friend Jenny sent me an image of her and said have at it. Check out the gallery after the break for additional composites I've done recently.
We are making the most of dry days and warmer temperatures.
I'm fortunate to have Karen with me on most of the bird walks I do, I shoot pictures and she identifies the species and in turn educates me as to what was seen. Enjoy what we have discovered on our winter walks.
Way back in June of 2016 Karen and I took a road trip to discover the covered bridges of Oregon. It was the furthest south on I-5 we'd traveled since moving to Oregon. What a fun adventure full of history and wonder.
Enjoy these pictures.
I'd been fascinated by the Galapagos since I was a boy dipping matches for uncle Jonny, who would be departing for the Galapagos on a sailboat long before eco-tourism made getting there easy.
I was inspired as a youth by the photography manipulations of Jerry Uelsmann, the stage set by Joel-Peter Witkin, the surrealist vision of Man-Ray and photography of the bizarre.
Sky was overcast during the recent Wolf moon. Not to worry kind readers, here is some fun stuff I did with the moon over the past year. Enjoy.
Photography has been an important part of my expression since high school.