I had the opportunity to take the portrait of artist Maria Spektor. It was a fun collaboration, and looking to working with her more in the future.Read More
This is a recap of the month, I recently got a GoPro and i been documenting more of my life with video and time-lapse. The result is this a video showing my life and my photography. I hope to do more of these every month.
Time lapse of editing multiple shots to make one image.Read More
This is my work flow. Lightroom, rate the best ones and finish up with Adobe Photoshop CC edit.Read More
Quick early morning walk with my FujiFilm X100T. Check out my blog for my favorite pictures.Read More
Couldn't pass up the opportunity to capture this Pinhead tattoo being inked by Fonzy Greaskull at his shop in Fullerton. Fonzy took the classic horror film's iconic character and brought it to life with ink. Shot some timelapse footage of Fonzy's work, and put it all together in this video, so check out the process and final product of this Pinhead tattoo!Read More
My camera is always with me and although I don't always shoot portraits and events, i love to photograph my life and the little moments that catch my eye... composition and rules are out the window.
I Love Instagram! and the people that share their work here are some of my favorite from July! click and follow these people!Read More
I shot three rolls of a discontinued film and I didn't know! (Rare film, palm to face)Read More
生活 - 死
A lonely man meets a woman they have a kid he plays with his toys the kid grows and still plays life happens a man cries a mother suffers we reflect flowers.Read More
I believe that photography is a way to live forever, a photograph is a way to freeze time and capture light. Its a magical thing that allows people from the future to glimpse into the past; an almost perfect time capsule, it's a true reflection in reality at that very moment. Although photographs can be set up or hoaxed in that 1/500th of a second, the moment is frozen in time and it's a true reflection of the artists' imagination and a glimpse into that persons' reality at that very moment. Therefore the subject and imagination of the artist is immortal as long as the print lives on for someone to find it, or in our case as long as the digital file is in the cloud and people are surfing the web, the artist and subject are immortal.Read More
These images were taken with a Canon Canonet QL17 G-III and a Canon AE-1. The film was Fuji Velvia RVP-50 Color Slide Film, Fujicolor Superia 400, and Kodak Portra 400. All of these shots were test shots to see the color quality of the film and to see if the Canon AE-1 worked. I got it but did not know...and it works!!! So now I know it works! Here are the results.Read More
A month of metal jargon, ups downs and everything in between but like all things it shall pass. Here is most of the month of photos. I try to take my camera everywhere I go. I still feel like I need to shoot more personal projects.
This gallery is just images of the art I make... my imagination is always on the move...
This is just random images/screen shots that I like, and collect for inspiration.