I’ve been making lenticular flips. But there isn’t any way to show the ephemeral qualities of the flip without a lenticular lens. So I make this little gif, which transitions from one half of the flip to the other. Not the same thing, but still pretty interesting.
The artist was on a stage at the state fair, largely ignored. He seemed surprised when I took his photo. I admire him for being up there, painting in the cool evening, all alone (or not).
Confusion of space. My shadow in red, and Laura on the right descending the stairs.
Tweeking the colors to magenta and lime green, inserting a second version of myself, but most importantly getting the guy in the black tee shirt that reads “ink addict to the grave.” Couldn’t be more appropriate.
Dante and the Demon. Sounds like a name for a 60’s band, “Dante and the Demons.” I had a great, and intense, time photographing at dusk at the State Fair a week ago. Wonderful colors.
I love to mix the sacred and the profane, and I love the look on the young woman’s face.
Yesterday’s image needed a bit of tweaking. I’m happier with this version.