Friday, November 30, 2012


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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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Thursday, September 27, 2012


 Using the cut off top half of a bottle, I have created a round vignette.

With the same bottle neck as before, I added a piece of red film to the opening. 

A macro lens focused at a computer screen displays all of the pixels within.

Chris Keeney is a photographer who has been working on his portfolio of experimental 
for quite some time now. Follow the link for more information.

Friday, September 21, 2012


     Discovered in the macroverse, this white creature shares some characteristics with the common flounder in that both of its eyes are on the same side of its head. Docile in nature, I've named the specimen White Thingy.


     As to be expected, much of the flora of the macroverse is also the main mode of transportation. A simple vine has become a highway to channel busy Macrovians to and from their tiny activities.

     With the beauty of life, comes the necessity. This giant corpse was the first thing I noticed in the macroverse. Many macrovians have created their home atop the rancid beast; how they handle the smell is beyond me.

 Charles Krebs

Thursday, September 6, 2012



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                                                            Black Eye

Chevy Impala
Paul Politis is an accomplished photographer who specializes in black and white photography. For more examples of his work, follow the link to his website.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Public Places

Found in a wooded area behind the Veterans Memorial in Jackson, MS, this Pokeweed Berry Bush was literallythe only item of significant color in the area. In this photo, I am attempting to force your 
attention to the subject by dialing back the highlighted areas on the outer edge.

At the Reservoir in Jackson, it is officially confirmed that the ducks prefer fresh bread to dried crumbs. I rose the contrast and vibrancy make the reflections appear more dynamic.

Also at the Reservoir, I was in the right place at the right time to snap a shot of what I assume to be a Blue Heron. Other than messing with the Sponge and Saturation, I consider myself lucky to have gotten this shot.

Joel Meyerowitz is another photographer who utilizes public spaces. Follow the LINK for more info on his work.

Monday, August 27, 2012

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