Saturday, March 27, 2010
Saturday, March 20, 2010
This is one of those images that seems to remind me of the warmer days that we cant seem to find around these days. I seem to be more inclined to show this image over a perfectly focused image of people on the beach for the feel this has is far better then the infocus image. It also takes more work getting an out of focus picture to come out good then it does an in focus picture, or atleast thats the way it works for me. .
Next to an early morning showering of color from the sunrise, I would have to say the waters of Everglades National Park hold the most color with in the park. I find intrest in the constant changing colors in the waters that pass beneath me as I try gather them together in a single image. From the reflections to the coloring producrd by the Red Mangroves, the water contains a pallet of many color. In addition to the Reflections, and the effects the Red Mangroves has on the water the the Mangrove Leaves add the colors to balance thecolor pallet of the waters.
This image is at Flamingo on the South West corner of Everglades National Park. I have made it my intention to try photography the Everglades in a way that is not usually desired by most photographers. I have given up on the birds, and would rather only photograph other photographers photographing the birds instead of me photographing them. I have found it to be a lot of fun observing and studying the parts of the park that once were the park but are now starting to fade away.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
I am now doing some work in Everglades for a commission and its been alot of fun . I am presenting the park the way I see it and it seems to be workin well. If this commission works out I will have my work in the loby of another highly traveled public location. Life is good and only getting better.
Friday, March 12, 2010
Did you ever notice how cheap these hub caps are until you need one? I have a second image that is of used tires in a way that almost makes them seem like a herd of cows running through a narrow hallway. It is one of those combo image group that you see before you even look through the cameras lense.
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Here is the initial idea fI had as being the best way to represent the Boca Chita Key Light House. Following this image I went inside the dome and took my images looking outward. I still like this image as long as it is printed as a pure Black and White print.