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“The game [of photography] is to organize the rectangle.” Sergio Larrin
Today is a very special day: it is our old corgi boy’s 15th birthday. We can say about him the greatest thing you can say of any of his kind: he is, and has been every single day since we … Continue reading
Happy belated World Photography Day. It was a weird week, and somehow this important date passed me by. (It was Friday, if you too missed the memo.) But photography has become really important to me again in the last few … Continue reading
The Dire Corgi practices his down stay late on a summer afternoon. I liked the way his tongue is casting its own shadow. Phone camera, lightly processed in Pixlr, with one of Pixlr’s vintage filters on top.
Today’s fortune cookie was kind of a slacker. This one was not exactly a call to action either: Tommorow. That’s the ticket. (Phone camera images, tweaked on Pixlr with the same vintage filter. The first one has an ink frame … Continue reading
According to Menards, that’s French for “lawnmower”. With the recycling can, the Black Car, our 1996 Geo Prizm, and an excuse to play with Pixlr and try to achieve the true old school Instamatic look. There was no good way … Continue reading
No, not in the sense of a dish involving one main ingredient in different preparations. This is not one of those adventure cooking shows where everyone pretends they like eating bugs and such. But this is the summer week when … Continue reading
One of the classic phone camera butterflies, a tiger swallowtail. This one is old and canny, with notches in his wings. He led me quite a chase, taking 15 minutes in the hot sun and a couple dozen exposures before … Continue reading
While I figure out how to organize my Olympic posts and also allow the resident IT guy to solve the internet problems, here are two more shots from the Polaroid Cube in one of my favorite settings for it, the … Continue reading