Saturday, November 8, 2008

The many moods of Griswald

These images were taken with a Mamiya C330 Twin lens camera using T-max 100.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Bulgaria '02

Sheepish in Rome '94

These are very old pictures that I scanned. The color correction was absurdly difficult so I made them more to my liking instead of color correct.

Venice in 1994

Friday, September 5, 2008

Macro Green

Macro. Monkeytail shot with a 55mm. Feather shot under microscope at 20x.

In Greensboro

This is a panoramic that I shot for my Digital imaging class last winter. This was shot off of Spring Garden Street in Greensboro NC.


Moss from the sidewalk taken under a microscope at 30x.

Monday, July 28, 2008


This photo was taken at Discovery and Recovery.  This is a forensic seminar offered for NC law enforcement. This was a picture of a skeleton being excavated

Head Shot


Sunday, May 25, 2008

Beach House

Shot with a Sinar F1. Scanned and retouched.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Pink Horrors

This is a film scanning accident but, I liked it anyway.


This is my brother jeff. I took some pictures of him last fall for an assignment. Unfortunately the lens I used was in terrible condition. Way out of focus. This is how I fixed him. Chrome Geoff.
D200, hotlights, gobos.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Lil' Flowers

This image was also part of my bouquet. I shot this with a D200 with window light and reflector cards. I really liked the depth of field on this shot. f/8 @ 1/60th.

Ring around the Roses

This is a rose from my Valentine's Day bouquet. I took this image for macro this week. It was shot with a D200, window light and reflector cards f/11 @ 1/60.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Dollars and Cents

This is my other macro shot for the week. My grandfather collected silver dollars and half dollars all his life so when my grandparents passed away my mom made necklaces out of them for the girls in the family.\
Nikon D200, hotlights, diffuser. Shot @ f/22 @ 6 sec

Red Planet

This is an image I shot for my macro class this week. It is my "what is it?"shot. It looks like a red planet to me.
Shot with a Nikon D200, hot lights, and a diffuser. f/11 @ 1/60th.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Under Where?

This is an image shot for my first year large format class. It was captured with a Sinar F1 and T-max 100 4x5 film. Thanks to Chris for the use of his unmentionables!

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Brush Yo Teeth

This was my "what is it?" shot. It is toothpaste shot with the 5D kit, hot lights, foil paper and the ring flash. f/22 @ 1/60th of a second. Remember kids brush your teeth!!

Macro Horsey

This was my metal image that I shot for macro. It was shot with the Cannon 5D kit using hot lights, diffuser and reflector cards. f/22 @ 8 seconds.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Snow Days

These images were taken this past Saturday when it snowed for awhile. It is so rare to see snow that I had to take a few shots.
Shot with a Nikon D200 and Sunpak flash.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Buggin' Out

This was my second attempt at shooting macro. I found this little fellow on the window sill at my house and thought he might make for a good photograph.
Shot in studio using a Canon 5D and a ring flash. F/5.6 @ 1/60

Pins and Needles

This was a shot taken for my macro class. Our first assignment for spring semester was to play with the equipment and learn how to use it. This was what I came up with for my first shot.
Shot with a Canon 5D, 105mm lens and hot lights. F/22 @ 10sec

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Biocommunications Portrait

This was an assignment shot for our biocommunication portrait class. We had to do a series of shots with the same subject in different atmospheres. This particular shot was the image we had to capture showing a chosen career path of my subject. My subject was my boyfriend Chris and he is studying for his LSAT which he took in December.
Shot with a Nikon D200. A Sunpak flash was behind me on a light stand.

Monday, January 7, 2008


This is a shot of my puppy Griswald. I took this shot a couple of years ago using only a Minolta 35mm and window light.