Sunday, February 22, 2009

Middle Key


Thanks to master shredder Chris Mann for being a killer model for me. For those of you who don't know Chris, he is perhaps the coolest kid to have ever lived on 400 East Street. Due to the nature of the internet, the colors are kind of flat compared to the original/final print.

Friday, February 20, 2009

The Projector

Once when I was in fifth grade I had an experience with an overhead projector. My teacher was using one to teach us something and he got up for a second to show us something. While he was away from the projector he left his pen on a student's desk and when he got back to the projector began to write, but realized he didn't have his pen anymore. I remembered where he had set it and told him to look on the other side of the room. Just as he got up and stepped away from the projector, the head inside of it overheated and blew up sending blistering hot shards of glass over the classroom. Had he been in the seat where he was just seconds before, I'm sure that his face would have looked like Harvy Dent's. Don't ever underestimate the power of a projector.


Friday, February 13, 2009

Wheat Field Re-worked


Over the summer I took this photograph of a wheat field in Pennsylvania. I posted it up a while ago, and wasn't that pleased with it. Since then I've re-worked it, working from a JPEG file, so the quality is fairly degraded, but since I had nothing better to do today, I thought, what the heck why not. Here's to the summer and the warm warm sunshine.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

New Logo

I've been working on a new logo for my photography. Just a little something that will help me mark my images as my own.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Portraits of a happy couple

This is my buddy Blake and his fiance Hilary. Blake and I grew up together in Palo Cedro together I was honored to take his engagement photos. Since I have been in Val Brinkerhoff's Advanced Color and Classical Portrait Lighting classes I feel like I've learned a lot mistakes that I've been making in the past. Here's to the happy couple.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Salt Lake Panorama


Here is a panorama of the Great Salt Lake. I wish it would have stitched together a little more clearly but such is life.