1. Paper or Plastic?

     

  2. Property of Tony Stark.

     

  3. No exit.

     

  4. Someone’s future is oh, so bright. 😎

     

  5. I kept coming back to this photo of Key resting in between jumps during Rob Woodcox’s photo session at The Wild Ones 2014 Columbus workshop. There was just something about it that kept drawing me in, and I finally decided to edit it this past weekend. The more I played with it, the darker it got until I realized why I liked it so much.

    I’ve always noticed a direct correlation between my handwriting and my mood, the former declining substantially with the devolution of the latter. But, I’d never noticed such a correlation with my photography. This weekend I was feeling particularly down for a variety of different reasons, but when I was done with this photo, I felt strangely better. As if I had transferred all of the darkness and negativity from myself to the photo. It was a strange catharsis for sure, but in a way, I kind of feel like the photo was there waiting for me to “need” it if that makes sense.

    Has anyone else experienced this? Does your mood or state of mind affect your processing style in any substantial way?

     

  6. This is so Scooby Doo. A photo from our #61Furlong Instameet!

     

  7. Some people say that the eyes are a window to the soul…

     

  8. Lost Beauty

     

  9. “Look for me in the whirlwind or the storm.” -Marcus Garvey

     

  10. Look at something from every angle. This is Brian (@brianmkaiser) whose work encourages me to do just that.

     

  11. Radiant Grace

     

  12. Chaos in Red. “Our real discoveries come from chaos, from going to the place that looks wrong and stupid and foolish.” Chuck Palahniuk

     

  13. Star light, star bright…

     

  14. Last night, I got to share one of my local spots with some amazing photographers. My red umbrella proved to be a popular prop. So many photographic styles and one red umbrella. I can’t wait to see the results.

     

  15. The human embodiment of grace.