Probably my personal favorite of the creepy doll series I did last fall at Paul’s. 2AM, at the end of 4 long nights of shooting, I think she might have been winking at me at this point. Lit with Protomachine flashlight, red, white and green . . . full moon too. 178 second exposure.
I’ve added a bunch of new images to the Paul’s Junkyard gallery. Many have been featured on this blog over the last year or 2, but there’s several never shown before images in there, like the one above. Check it out! That’s a pile of interesting bits salvaged from a fire truck. The rest of [...]
Looking into the tail of a Vought F8 Crusader II with its engine removed. The F8 was a 1950s carrier-based jet fighter, used extensively during the Viet Nam war. This fuselage is in storage at Paul’s Junkyard. Shot in total darkness, this was lit with the Protomachine flashlight. The green was done from beside the [...]
Who wants an 8×10 of “She Rides The Rails”? This is a limited edition print, I’m only doing 25 of these, signed and numbered. Then no more 8x10s of it . . . ever. $25 by paypal. (Includes shipping in the USA only! Outside the US, add $5) Message me if you’re interested.
Available as a signed and numbered limited edition 8×10 print. $25 by paypal. (Includes shipping in the USA only! Outside the US, add $5) Message me if you’re interested. Edit: THIS RUN IS DONE! Thanks to everyone that ordered them. I plan on doing another LE 8×10 soon . . .
Cigar-shaped clouds breeze past the gate house for an abandoned NorCal industrial site. The industrial site’s way too tagged up for my taste (and shot to death by virtually every night photographer in CA), so I didn’t bother with it, but this shack by the gate has been largely forgotten. Rising moon, mercury vapor light. Protomachine [...]
Dave’s creepy doll, posing for me at Paul’s Junkyard during last October’s “Secret Alumni Workshop.” I love when people bring good props! Late model Chevy Suburban, shot up for some movie or TV show. Protomachine flashlight: warm white straight down on her head, red from right and left. 50 second exposure.