- Thinking About Composition I tend to spend an inordinate amount of time considering...
- Apocalypse Now Redux, Redux. NSFS (Not Safe For Squeamish) I’ve been in Xamtai, Laos, waiting on authorization from the local...
- Welcome To Laos: Me, Myself, And A Few Cluster Bomb Casings Truck-ferry-shuttle bus-plane-plane-plane-truck-overnight bus-minivan. About 50 hours total of travel. I’ve...
- A Glimpse Into: Myanamar My friend Bill Livingston, a somewhat cantankerous filmmaker, always manages...
- Lone Buffalo at the Vientianale Film Festival Finally! Here is the video and some photos of the Lone...
- No Words, #1 (New Project) Well, a few words at first. Quite a few years...
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Garden Of Good And Evil, #1
Published 11:00 am, 26 Jul 2015
Thinking About: Composition, #3
Published 4:02 pm, 19 Jul 2015
As a general rule, I don’t tend to crop photos very often. I tend to like to stick to a certain format or ratio for an entire project and prefer to use what I’ve captured in camera. But, I’m starting to rethink this. The following photo, for example: 3:2 is the in-camera format the image […]
Raining Cluster Bombs
Published 11:15 am, 12 Jul 2015
This is a time-lapse of the cluster bomb display at the Cooperative Orthotic Prosthetic Enterprise (COPE) in Vientiane, Laos. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fGb_OXHJkw If you can’t see the video above, click here. Below is a picture of half the Chronos Light time-lapse rig used to shoot the image sequence—there is another tripod below, securing the other end of the rail.
Emil Schildt: Light Painting and the Bromoil Process
Published 6:38 pm, 5 Jul 2015
If you can’t see the video above, click here. Thanks again to my friend Derek who passed along the original post—he also called the video “Very ‘poser-y’ which it is… Well, Dr. Freud, what do you think about my photographs of naked women?? All joking aside, some very beautiful light painting and wonderful use of the bromoil process by Emil […]
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No Words, #25
Published 8:00 am, 27 Jun 2015