One of my resolutions for this year (it’s late March, yes I know), has been to start seriously exploring new and creative ways of using lighting in my photography. I’ve been shooting for years, but always relied on mostly natural light with maybe a single speed light or flash. Most of this was for purely practical reasons. I like shooting outside. I like shooting nature, landscapes, architecture. I like shooting portraits out in nature…
“We have come to a point in society where we are all taking too many photos and spending very little time looking at them.” Check out this insightful (and slightly disturbing) article about where photography might be heading.
Experimenting and playing with blending modes, blurs, texture and noise, and typography all at once.
A closer look at the dashboard panels of a vintage car. I’m always fascinated by the dials, displays and numbers found behind the wheel.
Do you like rocket ships, astronauts, alien planets as well as incredible artwork, design and typography? Check out the new “space tourism” posters commissioned by NASA by the award winning design studio “Invisible Creature”. (and yes, I bought one, and it looks incredible.)
Climbing for a better view near Rainbow Falls just outside Hilo, Hawaii. (aka channeling my inner Indiana Jones.) June 2015.