Poor ugly Plymouth, don’t be too sad, at least you have nice dimples (between the U and the T). It only took 28 seconds to light this with a Protomachine flashlight, but it also took a lot of tries to get it right.
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, […]
Launching today, the Lost America site now has 24 different 8×10/8×12 prints, now available for order! Only $25 each, paid online, through Paypal. These lab-printed, Kodak Endura Lustre-finished prints are titled, signed and dated on the back. I’ve never offered prints like this before, but people keep asking me for an entry-level, inexpensive print option. Well, […]