This photo really began by my staring at a bowl of grapes on our countertop. They were freshly from the refrigerator and glistened with moisture. I put them in a wineglass and liked the effect. After that it was experiments with a handheld LED flashlight to get the reflections running through and around the glass. A full version of the photo is in my still life gallery here. Still life works of other photographers and artists can been seen at this link – still life prints
Well, I have been quite busy these past few weeks first “video-ing” the instructional details for Salsa, the new offering from our client, Augustine Social Dance. After filming there is the matter of editing fifteen instructional patterns, each about 6 minutes long, and then polishing up the “films” of the three demonstration dances. Along the way we took new cover photos of the instructors, and created a DVD jewel case insert and back panel, plus a printable DVD label. There was even some time for this, an extremely fun to produce trailer announcing the new DVD. It was an opportunity to learn quite a lot about green and blue screen inserts, and sound effects. I hope you enjoy it.
Walking along St. George Island in between waves of a three-day storm, I was struck by the color of the hulls of this cat against the otherwise tan-grey day. Full sized image (which can be printed quite large) is here.
A bit of my excursion into minimalism while on our St. George Island Florida photo trip. The shell was cast up by the wave and tide action during a three-day winter storm. The sand pattern made when the water move back out to the Gulf made me think of snow angels that kids like to make, thus I named this one Sand Angel. It has been featured in Lyric Lucas’ minimalism photo group here. If you are a fan of minimalism you will really like Lyric’s group images. A full version of Sand Angel is here.