March 31, 2005
Downtown Jacksonville, FL.
March 27, 2005
Another paper image using curled tracing paper.
Reminder: voting at Photobloggies ends at midnight tonight. If you're into photography, please take the time to check out the nominees and vote.
March 25, 2005
March 24, 2005
An explanation of the set-up can be found in the comments to yesterday's post.
March 23, 2005
A huge thanks to whoever nominated this blog for the Photobloggies "Best Abstract Photography" category. It really made my day to make the finalist round, and I feel quite honored just to see this blog listed with the likes of Deceptive Media and Vitrine en Illumina. If you're into photography, please take the time to check out the nominees and vote.
March 21, 2005
Another little dose of spring from my living room table.
March 19, 2005
March 16, 2005
Here is another image from my brief visit to Boston this past weekend. This is the altar at Trinity Church in Copley Square. I'd be curious to know whether you like this version or the one in black and white better.
March 14, 2005
I really like the interior architecture of the Sackler Museum at Harvard. Visual Field is also posting a picture of pillars from the Harvard Campus today, but his are of a very different style.
March 11, 2005
The Stata Center at MIT, designed by architect Frank Gehry.
March 9, 2005
Detail from a basket of flowers in my department's lounge. I've grown really attached to a new lens--a 50mm f/1.4--and I'm enjoying the ability to play with really wide apertures.
March 8, 2005
Two of my favorite things
Today's post was brought to you by the letter "C."
March 3, 2005
Curves in Sepia
Canon Powershot A70
Yes, in case you're wondering, this blog is still alive. I've been feeling the crunch with dissertation-related work these past two weeks, and so I just haven't had any time for photography. But I've really been missing it, and I can't stay away from the camera any longer. VF and I are going on a short road trip this weekend--not to anyplace exciting, but maybe I'll have some rural photos to post from the road when we get back.
This evening, I've been working at my photoshop skills. I've posted this old image before, but I thought I'd have another try at converting it to monochrome now that I have Noise Ninja and know a little more about photoshop. The two versions look extremely different from one another on my monitor, but I just checked them out on VF's monitor, and surprisingly, they look very similar except for the sepia hue. Oh well.