Shannon (my husband) has been my go to or “gopher” model when I have need to experiment with new equipment, lighting techniques, or whatever thoughts are rolling in around in my head. For the most part, it completely bores him (and it shows in those past pictures) to stand in front of the camera and […]
Monthly Archives: March 2010
My Digital Photography II students are working on their “tradigital” projects (joining of the joys of the digital process with the joys of the traditional process), so I thought I would jump in too. I recently went in to the darkroom to make a print from a roll of film and had a unfortunate incident. […]
The image transfer process can take an image and completely transform it. I have been experimenting with laser and inkjet transfers for some time now and have really enjoyed learning the process. It’s quite simple and pretty low tech. You print an image (in reverse) on regular copy paper. Brush it with an even coat […]
There are 3 days remaining in the Float Wrap sale. This really is one of my favorite products. The print is so smooth and I love the way these are displayed. No need to bother buying a frame because they come ready to hang and are made to display without a frame. It’s so easy!
Lee and Katie are getting married in just a little over a month! We got together on Lee’s family farm for the engagement session. There were so many fun areas around the farm to explore that I forgot about how cold it was. Katie did a great job putting up with the cold too. We […]