A perfect Saturday afternoon to sit down and start going through Daido Moriyama’s Record. The grit, the contrast, the grain… it’s a messy world out there and Daido captured it masterfully. His style isn’t for everyone, but if you like black and white, if you like documentary, if you like raw depictions of modern life, it’s hard to do better than Moriyama.
My 365 project, from the beginning
Click the arrows while hovering over the photo to scroll through the entire project thus far, or click through to the entire album on Flickr.
Another day, another lamp.Continue reading “15/365 : Type A Lamp”
Watching and waiting.Continue reading “004x : Patience”
Looks like I’m on a lamp kick this week. Why stop now?Continue reading “13/365 : You light up my life”
… there is light.Continue reading “In the absence of colour…”
Digging into the archives, I found a bunch of photos I made of the Torre Calatrava in Barcelona. Lots has changed in my visual style since then, and I decided to take a stab at re-processing them in Capture One Pro.Continue reading “Torre Calatrava”
Son: No, Dad. I’m am not going to pose for your stupid picture. Every time I get a haircut, you take my picture and it drives me nuts. I’ll have nothing to do with it and I’m not going to smile.
Me: Suit yourself.
Just what the title says.Continue reading “Miscellaneous Mono”
Shape, light, tones, shadow: that’s all you need to render a scene.
Nobody said colour was mandatory for landscapes, or any other types of photography, for that matter.Continue reading “Just the essentials”