Photography

Most of the stuff I have photographed lately have been portraits. Now, I’m still working on the techniques, so I haven’t posted many of my latest work online. Here, however, are some of my favorites…

Some of my favorite work was shot on Kodak’s Professional P3200 B&W. Talk about some sensitive film. I took a chance and rated the film for 1600, just in case, and shot an entire roll walking around the Ped Mall in Iowa City one early autumn evening. To this day, it still amazes me they turned out. There was no need to push / pull process the film development. I simply followed the listed times and chemistry that Kodak suggested. 🙂

Of course, not all of my work is in B&W. I have moved from my old Kodak DC260 (remember that monster?) and onto a “new-to-me” Fujifilm Finepix w/WiFi which has not disappointed me yet. 🙂 Some of the images are for other purposes, like the ones I shot of a sunset in Iowa City (below). Shot the photograph through a screen mesh, just as the sun was going down. I resided 9 floors up in one of the dorms on-campus at the University of Iowa and I had a great view of the riverfront. I ran it through Photoshop 6.0 and am currently using it as the banner for my ACID Planet account, where I upload some of the electronic music I’ve created.

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Back when I thought I could be the next Moby … not sure how I feel about that …