Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Diamond Knife and Shear

A preview of the site with my photos and be found here.

I'll update this post and add a link over there-->> when it's live on it's own domain.

Frankly, I don't recall taking all those photos. Glad I didn't have to do the post-processing, although I tried to make Steve's job easier by keeping the light levels as close to each other as possible while also insisting on new white paper when the pieces we were using got stained with oil.

Most of the websites that are filled with my photos belong to bands, so this was a nice change of pace for me. It sure was easier, since you don't have to worry about facial expressions and muffin-tops when dealing with steel.

Now that the weather has changed a bit, you can expect a return to normal around here.
I always slow down in the summer, but this was a particularly long and hot one. Rest assured, I'm looking forward to getting out there and shooting what I like again.


Albatross said...

Those are some great pics over there. You do some nice work.

Dave said...

Very sharp (no pun intended, really). The photos are so crisp. Great stuff.