Posts Tagged abstract

Patience Pays Off

I have been waiting for years to make these images. Literally. I had the images in my mind’s eye. I knew (more or less) exactly what I wanted. I knew the conditions that I needed to make it a reality. Unfortunately, when these conditions materialized in the last few years, I was never in a [...]

Vanilla Milkshake

This is just to prove Sabrina Henry wrong. Yeah, it’s getting personal [Translate]

2012 Ottawa Workshops

(A new blog post follows this one) In case you missed it on the twitter/FB/G+-sphere, I have announced my 2012 workshop lineup for the coming year. This year I have decided to offer a more sustained lineup throughout the year, with varied offerings to suit most. There are three series of workshops this year (other [...]

Diagonally inclined

In this photo-sharing feature I post an image around a given theme and have you post links to your images (that you have taken in the past or specifically around this theme) for everyone to see and comment on. In this way, everyone gets to see everyone’s input, and hopefully learn from it. Needless to [...]

I could give this one a title

but then again, I choose not to. Not because I am tease. I would never do that to you. Never… This is another shot from the Mesquite Dunes of Death Valley. The B&W conversion was done in Nik Silver Effex Pro, which has become my mainstay B&W converter. The control point tool is a fantastic [...]