Archive for March, 2013
Although this photo is on the creepy side, there is something about it that I absolutely love. [Click to enlarge.]
Photographer Berndnaut Smilde uses light, smoke, and steam to create this fantastic series called, Nimbus. See more on Smilde’s website. [Click to enlarge, below.]
All photos in this post by Berndnaut Smilde.
The following photographs are from a series called 50 Shades of Jeff Tomsik, by photographer Joseph Lally. You can see the whole photo series on FashionablyMale.net.
All images in this post by Joseph Lally.
If you need a good 90-second cry this afternoon, watch this ad about hate crimes and bigotry.
It’s been forever since I talked about it, but I still shoot headshots for local actors. Here are three of my recent clients, Andrea, Alex, and Dustin.
If you’re in Indianapolis and need a headshot or portrait, let me know!
My love of dogs compelled me to post a link to this:
Lykke Li is one of my favorite musicians right now. People have asked me in the past why I don’t ever shoot video, and I have to be honest — it has just never appealed to me like photography does. But every once in a while, I see a music video (like this one) that makes me wish I did have video skills and equipment.
Here’s one of the best portraits I have seen in a while. Add this to the pile of photos that I wish I had taken! I think Florence is stunning. [Click to enlarge.]
The following link provides some great advice about how to market photography to fine art galleries. I’m saving this here as much as a reference for myself as I am to help other photographers along — I know next to nothing about how to get work into art galleries — what few galleries have displayed my photos have all approached me first.
I think I’m doing okay on most fronts, but it’s ironic to see Edit as Point #2 — recently I’ve been thinking that it’s time to edit/finesse my Gods series. It’s just turned into kind of a hodgepodge of more of the same. Point #6 (Feedback) speaks to it, too, as I’ve always thought that I like my Gods photos a lot more than anyone else does. So that begs the question, why continue?
All points to ponder. Meanwhile, here’s the link.