All of these were made with love and all of them are $25 each. If you buy more than one, the price of shipping stays the same.
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I made this print back in October. I’m a huge fan of Halloween and celebrate the holiday all year. I know I’m not the only one
I made this photograph last spring while at a local haunt. I have a fondness for old typewriters, which is what I had in mind when I took this. Just click on the photo to view it at the store.
This photo of the Gaines Mill battlefield (Civil War) was taken last year outside of Richmond. The house on the right is called the Watts house where pivotal events took place during this battle. Interestingly, it’s a private residence. Outside of his house, just down a ways a bit are cannons, obstacle fences (recreations) and earthworks. Any man would drool.
More about this an an image of WET PLATE MEMORIES #1 over HERE.
I overlaid a cement texture onto the photo, turned it (free transform in Photoshop), so the lines of cement was at an angle, then used motion blur to create the effect that it looked like the ghostly hint of bombshells raining over the scene. I really wanted to bring out the tree so that it was just as noticeable as the house since these two subjects have a long, long history together.
Did I mention how much I love old stuff? I mean, anything old. Especially American made. My girlfriend got me a few antique Kodak cameras for the holidays. This is one of them. The No. 1 Autographic Kodak Junior has a cool steam punk quality to it. This one was made between 1922-1931. Anyway, the sucker looks like it works. Just need some 120mm film.
I removed the backing where one would insert the film, revealing the simple structure of the camera (not pictured). Anyway, I went a little conservative with these pictures. I just wanted to present it as it was to show the meticulous craftsmanship of an enduring icon of photography.
12×12 fine art prints available for either of these 2 for $12.00.
(with bellows exposed) LINK
Dirty glances from the waiter. He blamed us for the incorrect order. Never heard of the plate he brought us. We sent it back. I didn’t want to eat the food. Paranoia salad about the kitchen. Ate the correct order anyway.
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If you’ve seen something you like in the past and it’s not in the store, send me an email and I’ll give it to you for the lowest price ($18.00).
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Here it is folks: at 18 bucks, this print is made on Metallic Paper for that real nice shimmer and bounce. Light reflecting off metallic paper — very nice. Anyway, here it is.
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