I can’t thank everyone who was involved with this project enough. As much as this seems like an easy enough project to do, some of you witnessed first hand how difficult this project was for me at times. If it wasn’t for all your loyal support, I probably would have failed around day 40.
While this is the end of my 365 project, this is just the beginning of some new projects that I did not have time to focus on before. Thanks for following and “liking” my work. I like you too.
This shot looks like the photos are photoshopped in, but they’re not. I set up some off camera flashes with reflective umbrellas down in the Arcadia Management Area in Richmond, RI then had Andrew and Dennis throw stacks of my printed photos at me. The slightly longer exposure brought in the colors of the sunset, but caused streaking and ghosting of the photos flying in mid-air.
This photo was inspired by the work of Tyler Shields. This was also the first time I can recall ever seeing Theresa in lipstick.
I love photographing with water – you never know what you are going to get.
I went to Portsmouth, RI where sections of Moonrise Kingdom where filmed to take some photos with friends on Sunday. The weather was not right for the signature dancing on the beach in the underwear shot, so we opted to hang out and enjoy the sunset. This is some of what we saw.
He’s not easily impressed.
I tried to get a cool long exposure portrait with my shaking my head but this is all I got.
Microwave some Ivory soap and you get a big fluffy white cloud of stuff.
If you are looking for a kick ass sandwich shop in Providence, RI look no further than Dok’s Deli. I forget what was in this sandwich exactly, but I know it was Quinoa and Chickpea based. Great Vegan and Vegeterian options.
I am talking off the walls delicious here people, seriously, go check it out. You can also check them out on Street View here: http://goo.gl/LFKIa
If you run a business, or know of one that would benefit from being on Google Maps street view, be sure to let me know!
I got a little abstract with this photo. This is a macro shot of a steel dish scrubbing thing-a-ma-jig. The sunlight on the far end of the steel made for some cool bokeh balls that appear to be floating up from the steel. I dig it.
This was shot in one of the Cliff Walk tunnels in Newport, RI while showing a friend the beauty of Rhode Island.
Forget the bullshit and dance your worries away.
I tried to get a neat shot of the “pink” moon but I do not have a lens long enough to make it look very large. The moon did not look very “pink” in person, but when I bumped up the saturation in photoshop it looked kinda pink!
One of the most unpleasant feelings has to be reaching for the toilet paper, only to find you have one sheet left.
This clock looked cool in the box, but once we got it on the wall it looked cheap as all hell. Faux plastic metal sucks.
Whether you are consuming music or alcohol, you know you’re having a good time when you get a face full of hair.
I had an apartment full of friends and wanted to play around with more of the double exposure stuff.