Here’s the innards of the new(est) computer I use to do image processing on. The processor was rather boring, so I selected the chip set heat sink in all its glory.
These shots are of sculpture from the collection at the Vatican.
This week Friday’s theme is “Overcast”. Here’s a repost of a panorama of the Arno.
Shots of Graffiti…I deviated on these images, as I usually don’t do much post processing when shooting street photography. I tried to enhance the grittiness of these images to make them feel more dirty.
Here’s a shot from a wedding in New Orleans…I wasn’t really thrilled with this image, but I kept it anyways. (The people in the shot are awesome!)
Here some wildlife that’s not so wild…rather these guys are made fat off of human waste.
Street photography is a broad category in photography, but in essence street photographers attempt to capture in an artistic, documentary fashion everyday sort of things in a candid manner as the photographer saw them with little or no manipulation to the image. The category is somewhat of a misnomer in that it is not restricted to streets–one could do such shooting at parks, malls, restaurants, stores, markets, and any other place where people gather and interact.
Photo Friday’s theme this week is pleasure…here’s one of life’s simple pleasures:…
Here’s a picture of me photographing myself photographing myself… I set my…
I’ve made some minor changes to the ol’ blog…mostly just some tweaks.