Friday, August 26, 2005

New Photography Summer 2005

Its been a while since I hopped behind the the camera and shot any photos of an artistic nature. This summer, I had a chance to catch a few great shots after work while learning how to use one of these new fangled digital cameras.

Damn, I miss analog cameras...


Lines - Study in Shadow
(Canon Digital)

Dead Technology - Requiem
(Canon Digital, with digital dithering)

Electrician's Bird's Nest, July 2005
(Canon Digital, with digital dithering)

Brandi Wants the Speakers, August 2005
(Canon Digital, with digital dithering)

The First Jobsite Fixture, August 2005
(Canon Digital, with digital dithering)


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very nice, esp, the bulb.

I still have analog. Can't afford a good digital camera. Good thing sculpture isn;t as technology dependent...

Chris

Ms. Monkeythong said...

I like them. I wish I could afford a digital camera. I have to develop my own film now, which is why I've shifted my interests towards sculpture and book arts. I can use scanned pix since they don't have to be blown up so much for artist's books and I can print them on my Epson 2200.

I have two Holgas. I ought to lend you one. They take really technically bad pictures that are fabulous.

Smurf said...

I didn't know you were into artistic photography! Very cool!

Megan said...

Holy shit dude! These are great!
Sorry your week sucked...roomies and i are getting ready to watch Battlestar Galactica and eat popcorn...the guy who plays Apollo is like so godamn hot!

Are you happy now? I'm a fucking sci-fi dork now...lol

Meg, vegas

Anonymous said...

These are awesome! Made my day!