Category

Category Archives: Abstract

Photo-kinetic grid

The North Carolina Museum of Art has been hosting “YOU ARE HERE” which is a collection of art that is primarily light, color and sound experiences. Entire rooms were taken over by an individual artist. Photos were allowed in every part of the exhibit but one that was a sound experiment using 40 speakers  in...

Veiled Woman on a Beachfront

This presentation at the NCMA exhibit was created by Theo Eshetu It is a kaleidoscope-like view of a woman in a black hooded outfit in the wind. The scene repeats about every 10 minutes.  It has a very ominous feel. Here are a few clips.

Isolating the subject

In Guadalajara there is an artist village area called Tlaquepaque. Here you can find little trinkets for a few pesos or fine antique furnishings priced over 10,000 US dollars. The Sergio Bustamante Gallery is here. Along the main street, which is reserved for foot traffic only, one of his sculptures – La Reflexion –  sits...

Drone Art

I have had some problems with video transmission from my drone (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle)  Using a cutting edge technology always has issues! They are over now and the crystal clear video gives me great confidence and control.  Here is an image I call Sunset Looking Down, made from one frame of the video stream.

Dior?

I was on the top of an electric powered tour bus in San Francisco. I took many pictures to use as inspiration later. The original shot that started this one was of a glass building that reflected other buildings. The trolley wires also fool the eye as you try to make sense of the building....

Beach Dreams

Beach Dreams. Two photos from the Carolina Coast. One was captured looking down from the seventh floor hotel hallway in Myrtle Beach. The other is Wrightsville Beach at sunrise. Combine the two in Photoshop with many adjustments to make something totally different! In the hotel photo everything but the stucco railing and fountain was removed,...

More Black and White from SF

Here is a color changed to B&W image that took  several steps to accomplish.  The original color image was taken with the camera tilted up more than 45 degrees.  I made some initial black and white images but wanted more drama.  First of all I wanted it square and upright.  The Edit – Transform –...

2015 Exhibit

My professional work in architectural and commercial photography usually requires accurate and precise capturing of a subject following all the rules of composition and lighting. To create fine art, I change the rules. I have been selected as the featured artist this summer for the Orange County NC Library system. 26 of my fine art...

The Photographer