The trusty Nikon D70 still takes pleasing photos. It could be sharper but I like the trails.
I could have shot this Cadillac all day. Besides my reflection, you can also see Asbury Park’s Paramount Theatre / Convention Hall.
Oh, how I miss chrome.
I designed this. I’m proud of it. Also, if you are in a band & you want cassettes made, go to National Audio Company. Seriously, they are one of the best companies I have ever had the privilege to do business with.
An in camera triple exposure of Brent Clore from Snowball 37. I did layer two different color processes in post. I couldn’t do much about the grain so why not illuminate it with a cross process look? I still think it is a little fucked up that I upgraded my cameras only to process them to look like they came from a shitty film camera. I like this one though.
Here is an in-camera triple exposure of Snowball 37‘s James Faust rehearsing for their cd release show. I converted it to black & white, added some quick color blocks & tilted it just a little in post. Primary edit – Lightroom 4.3? 4.4? It always seems to be updating itself. Finishing, resizing – PS Elements 10.
I am fairly certain that the in camera HDR built into my Canon 5D Mk III was not meant for this. Nevertheless, I love it.
To me, it is much more playful than the intended use of adding dark blue outlines to your clouds. Oh, & I also haven’t mastered the HDR landscape done right. When I can create those serene, dynamic images, I may cringe at the thought of using HDR for anything less. Until then, enjoy these shots of Snowball 37 at Hellhound Studio in Rahway, NJ April 5, 2013.