Saturday, May 14, 2011


When you have a camera that can catch all the tiny tiniest details you could desire without using a microscope sometimes you just want the opposite. So it's fun to take those photos and play with the cutouts to see what you can come up with to simplify a photo.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Happy Earth Day

From the Little Blue at sunset.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Roaming Photos

Armed with camera taking strange and unusual normal. Only I was harmed in the shooting of these photos; my tri-pod decided to try to take a chunk out of my thumb. I will spare you that photo.

Saturday, March 12, 2011


Spent some time at the zoo today attempting to take photos of animals. Unfortunately the entire Africa section is closed so I was stuck trying to photograph some of the caged animals, and the kangaroos which are just close enough that the zoom lens can get them. Between trying to squint and photograph & screaming kids, I came away with a bit of a head ache. I was really bummed at how many exhibits are closed, or animals that will be 'back later'.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

He's Back..

In triplicate! I created a new blog, but haven't really done anything cool to throw over there so I thought I would post something on here. Mr. Sumo was shot with a tri-pod in three frames, I moved him to a different spot for each image. Behind each ball is the cue chalk which his leg is propped up on.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Vector Final?

I started with three different images to work with for my vectoring final. The image of me in a slide from the previous post, one of my tractors, and this picture of my friend having fun on a playground. I'm not sure how many hours it took to get it where it is now, but probably close to seven across a couple days. It is really weird to look at the line drawing, and then color and think they are the same thing.

It was a fun project, but pretty tedious!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

More Vectoring

Here is an example of what one of our last projects will be. Start with a picture, turn it into lines, add something interesting.