A gallery of my work organized by year.
My last photo gallery show of the year. This has been a quiet year for me with only 3 shows all year.
12 – 12 – 12 Art Show: The End of the World or a New Beginning.
This show will feature 12 artists hanging 12 pieces of art. There will be food, drink and entertainment. Come celebrate the beginning of a new end, or check out some art, chill and relax during this busy Christmas season. This will be the last time this year that three numbers will line up as well. Come be a part of it. $5.00 admission.
The show is general audiences, but some of the photographers showing are pretty far out on the edge and their work trends towards an intensity that might be inappropriate for young children. There might even be some tasteful nudity here and there on the wall as well.
Link to the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/417540068312113/
Southern Mills Art Gallery (map)
585 Wells Street
Atlanta, GA 30312
I recently had a bit of monetary windfall and decided it was time to upgrade the gear. Out goes the venerable (and tough as nails!) Nikon D50 and in comes a shiny new D7000. The Alien Bees I’ve been using for the last three years have gone back to their owner. Replacing them are an SB-910 and a Yongnuo YN-560 II. Wireless slaves, snoots, beauty dishes, grids, etc. All kinds of toys.
Below are a few images from my couple of days of experimentation getting familiar with and relearning some old tricks. Enjoy.
A few selected photos from burn night at Alchemy 2012. Enjoy.
More photos coming as I work through edits.
I am in need of a good, inexpensive custom photo book printer. I am working on a 75-125 page book for a photo essay. I want to do a very limited hardback print run, a more general softback print run, and of course, there will be an unlimited digital book run.
The digital book I have handled, but I’m looking for a printer for the hardback and softback versions.
I’ve looked at instantpublisher.com and their prices are great, and I can print in runs as small as 25 books. However, I have no idea what their quality is like.
I’ve looked at blurb.com and a few others, and though I have an idea what their quality is like, their costs are 2 to 3 times what instantpublisher is charging.
So I ask you, the denizens of blog-space, what do you recommend? I know quite a few of you photographers have published books. Who did you use, and what was the experience like?
I just finished posting an update and a few sample pages for the Intimate Beauty project. I am looking for models and essays for the book. Pop over to the project page and read up, and look. If you, or someone you know, would be interested in writing or posing for the project, drop me a note. All my contact info is here.
More updates and details as they’re worked out.
Taken during my flight from Boston to Atlanta. All I had at hand was my iPad3. I am very pleased with the quality of the raw shot as well as how powerful Photoshop Touch ended up being. I will definitely be experimenting with both a lot more in the future.