Posts Tagged ‘fisheye’

Reclaim

Reclaim

As my brother, Joshua and I explored forgotten buildings throughout the rust belt, we noticed a relationship between the man made structures and nature. As the wind, rain and sun work on breaking down many of these old buildings, plant life begins to invade. Often the plants will grow on the roof tops or inside […]


Creative Process

Creative Process

Watching an artist create is always a fascinating process. Every artist approaches art and art making in unique ways. This photo of artist, Dean McCready was taken at an artist retreat in Conifer, Co.  Dean uses music as part of his creative process. He has specific music that he listens to that facilitates his creative […]


Wind Power

Wind Power

I took this image when I first made my fisheye lens in 1998. It was in Northeastern Colorado along I-25 somewhere. Along that whole stretch of highway you see grasslands, windmills, and oil pumps.


Proud Aspen

Proud Aspen

This proud aspen tree was captured at an artist retreat at my good friend, artist and colleague, Anna Montgomery’s Home outside of Conifer, Co in 2008. This is one still image from a series of images taken for a time lapse that I did that weekend.


Proud Aspen

This proud aspen tree was captured at an artist retreat at my good friend, artist and colleague, Anna Montgomery’s Home outside of Conifer, Co in 2008. This is one still image from a series of images taken for a time lapse that I did that weekend.


Proud Aspen

This proud aspen tree was captured at an artist retreat at my good friend, artist and colleague, Anna Montgomery’s Home outside of Conifer, Co in 2008. This is one still image from a series of images taken for a time lapse that I did that weekend.


Archetype

Archetype

The configuration of the original typewriters has given us an essential tool for everyone to communicate with each other. We have learned the letters and their locations so that we can write without ever looking at the keys themselves.  We have developed muscle memory and never have to think about where the keys are located. […]