Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Black and White

Just thought I'd post a few Black and White photos I've taken lately.  I love Black and White photography. Seeing the world in a different light is just relaxing in a way.  Almost like a dream.

Hockey Stripes on a Camaro.  The last one of these I saw (was in colour) was a friends 1968 SS 396.  Hockey Stripes are just a rare bird, and beautiful.

I used to love Harley's.  Even chatted with Willie G. Davidson a while back.  I've gotten over them for the most part, but every now and then I'll see one cruzin' down the road and remember the good 'ol days, before the helmet laws and stupid legal junk that came with the governments attempt to outlaw these machines.  Sad when  country has to put up with such trash from it's own appointed legislation.  I guess that's a part of why I don't like politics.

Found a cool little Burger Joint at the end of town.  Great food, great music (I'm sure the young kids working there had no idea what they were listening too...) and a very relaxed atmosphere.  Hard to find places like this anymore.

Nothing special about this shot, I just like the banner on the telephone pole.

The tree in the front yard was frozen over and it looked really cool....  so of course I took a photo ;-)

Wood.  Lots, and lots, and lots, of wood.

From a cloudy day in Pennsylvania.  I just love this shot.  The contrast and depth of shades is so cool.  25 ISO film is just the best!

Another from the abandoned train station in Pa.

So I went to this Car Show

In Detroit, there is always an Auto Show going on somewhere, and of course, I always take a camera when I'm out of the house...

Male Models Too

A model is a model is a model, regardless of gender.

Playing with Models

Hello again, I'm back to writing.  No telling how long this will last, but at least, here's another entry in the wonderful world of blog.

I'm looking for more models to play with.  Had a great one back in Germany, had a nice one last month, and can't seem to get another one as of late.  A couple needed to cancel for issues that came up (completely understandable) and I can't seem to get anyone else.  I'm really wanting to get more practice in with portraiture work and need people to do this will.  Cars, bicycles, and brick walls just don't cut it.

So, while the search continues, here are some shots from the last two portrait sets I did: