Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Seasonal Photography

These are some images that represent Winter in Cleveland, MS.

Subliminal Leaf

Holly Branch

Tree of Winter


The following are my interpretations of famous works of art.

 American Gothic
My Version


My Version


Son of Man
My Version


Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Narrative Photography.

 This collection of photo depicts a short story about a dare.


Monday, October 31, 2011


 This small set is all about architecture; both physical and mental.

The Federal Building in Jackson is the first government building to be named after an African American. Dr. A.H. McCoy was a prominent dentist and business leader.

With a 30 second exposure, I tried to represent da Vinci's Virtruvian Man. The human architecture. I also used a pen light to show my spine.
The Madison County Courthouse and square were prominently featured in the 1996 movie A Time to Kill, adapted from the John Grisham novel. 

 Alan Blakely is a young Commercial Architectural Photographer who is the founder and current director of The Association of Independent Architectural Photographers (AIAP), and Real Estate Photographers of America (REPA). His work can be found at http://www.blakelyphotography.com/

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

People at Work

This set of photographs contains images of people performing jobs.

At Delta State University's annual Pig Pickin' BBQ Festival, a representative of Polk's Meats is seen grilling up some sausages to be sliced up and given away as samples.

The Delta State Cheerleader Squad are firing up the student body in preparation for a football game.

Outside of Goodman, MS, I received the opportunity to assist a group of like-minded people in cleaning up a stretch of highway that they adopted.

Mitchell Kanashkevich is a travel and documentary photographer. He has traveled the around world shooting personal projects and stock photos for Getty and Corbis Images. His work has been featured on covers and inside the pages of "Asian Geo Passport", "Capture", "Digital SLR Photography", and "Get Lost!".

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Experimental Photography

This short series of photographs is all about experimentation.

The Countess
 For this image I did not white balance. I wanted it to be a natural as possible without using a camera from 1910. In photo shop I lowered the vibrancy,  raised the saturation, and gave it an egg shell white (off white/yellow) hue.

 Drip Drop
 Taken at an outdoor water fountain, this photo was an experiment in light and movement. It was captured at my highest shutter speed. In photo shop I raised the saturation, raised the vibrancy, and increased the reds.

Street lights
Taken in the historical Canton MS Square, this photo was originally the iconic roof lights and traffic lights of Canton. It now depicts an ever moving world of fantastic fluorescent creatures. 

Kit Leonard is an experimental photographer in France exploring topics like age, self, and the human form. http://kitleonard.blogspot.com/

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Zaycom Foods Giveaway **CLOSED**

When was the last time you had meat so fresh that it was alive about 3 days ago? ? Well with Zaycon Foods, it's a part of their service to you. Zaycon foods delivers fresh meat to locations all around the nation for you to come and pick up.
About Zaycon Foods (From their site)

We are a privately owned company based in the state of Washington. The company was founded in 2009 to bring fresh meats and other products direct to consumers at wholesale prices. The founders have extensive experience in sales, business management and the grocery industry.

The Giveaway

One winner will get a $65 credit to their Zaycon account to order food if they are in one of their service areas. If you aren't in a service area, then you will receive a check for $30 to buy chicken in your local market! Just fill out the form below to enter.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Fiber One Giveaway

It's me again, Our Whiskey Lullaby and Fiber One are giving away an amazing prize pack! One winner is going to get a prize pack including 1 box of Fiber One 90 Calorie Chocolate Chewy Bars,

1 chic black cosmetic case, 1 pop-out hair brush, 1 compact mirror, and 1 tin of mints. Just just follow this LINK to FIBER!!!!

Free FRUIT!!!!!!!!

Nyaproductreviewer.com and Del Monte Quality Produce are hosting a giveaway that I myself will be entering immediately. This time the prize is 5 $5 Off coupons of Del Monte fresh and canned fruits and vegetables! That's $25 worth of produce! I know that if I win $10 worth of cantaloupe will be coming home with me; depending on where the melons are from. If you've been on Yahoo today, you may have seen a report of Killer Cantaloupe! 

This image is by Katalina of DeviantArt.

Apparently there has been an outbreak of Listeria, a food born disease, within a patch of melons on a Colorado farm. If there have been deaths in Maryland and Texas, a college student in MS should be careful what he eats! Anyway, be it spinach or strawberries, I hope you enjoy this giveaway!

Follow this link to FRUIT!!!!

Follow this link to KILLER CANTALOUPE!!!!

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Animals and Nature

The title says it all! This set consists of shots of animals I found disposed and interesting. 

The nature portion digital retake of a film photo I shot.
A macro shot of the side of a tree. The bark creates an 
amazing pattern.

My grandmother's dog Sasha has always protected our family, 
so I turned her in a Madonna.

I this small owl in my back yard, there was nothing nearby
for him to have flown into so I don't know what killed him.

Buzzard eating an opossum in the middle of the road. I don't
think the little guy made it.

The Lady with the Lantern

This set is focused on long exposures with light illustrations.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Colors and Patterns

The following images are demonstrations of colors and patterns in harmonious union.

Taken in woods near my dorm, I thought this tree was a great 
example of the required subject.

A bamboo fence in the front yard of a resident of downtown 
Cleveland, MS.

The stone roof of a dilapidated building in Shaw, MS.

A lonely flower among several dead and withered plants.