Yes, it looks like that obnoxious Star Wars character. Sorry about that. It’s just what happens she you get a little too close to a ’58 Packard Clipper with a fisheye lens. Night, 40-seconds, snooted Protomachine flashlight, set to ultramarine and warm white.
One employee says there’s more than 200 Chrysler Imperials in this corner of the junkyard. While I’m certain that’s an exaggeration, I counted over 100 (Early 1950s to 1970-ish) before I gave up. This moss-covered ’64 Le Baron still has the keys hanging out of the trunk AND the coolest gas door ever! Red and […]
Oh boy, a new fisheye lens! This should make my weird pictures even weirder. And pose lots of new challenges, like getting lights, tripod legs and shadows in the shot. A junkyard ’56 Chrysler, full moon, Protomachine flashlight. 80-second exposure.
A new addition at Paul’s Junkyard last October, this halved ’77 El Camino, with its burnt-out interior, has already disappeared into the gaping maw of the recycling machines in The Pit. 426-seconds, early in the evening, in the total darkness before the moonrise. Neutral-white-set Protomachine flashlight from 2 directions.
At 10AM on Monday, I announced a spring 2014 night photography and light painting workshop (with Joe Reifer) to my pre-registration mailing list. By 1PM the workshop was FULL. Sold out in three hours–without even mentioning it publicly. I’m overwhelmed by your response. Thank you! So, I’m not looking for more people for this workshop, […]