Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Pic of the day

July 29, 2009

Pic of the day

An oldie, but a goodie. A concept-driven picture of one of my friends.

Pic of the day

March 30, 2009

Pic of the day: Big Bang.

January 2, 2009
New Years Fireworks.

New Years Fireworks.

Pic of the day

December 31, 2008
Random Photo of a Moth

Random Photo of a Moth

Pic of the day

December 30, 2008
Creepy-looking ceramic owl.

Creepy-looking ceramic owl.

 

I happened to snap a pic of a weird-looking ceramic owl on the set of a Fat Tony/B L A C K I E/Female Demand show the other night, at the Warhouse in Houston, Tx.

Pic of the day

December 8, 2008
The number eight looks similar to the symbol of infinity, hence the name.

The number eight looks similar to the symbol of infinity, hence the name.

Pic of the day

August 28, 2008
My friends dog, whose name is Penny.

My friend's dog, whose name is Penny.

Haven’t been on here in a while…well, today’s installment happens to be a picture of my best friend’s beloved dog, Penny. She rarely sits still for me to take a picture of her, so this was a welcome shot. Thanks for viewing/reading!

Pic of the day.

July 29, 2008
A self potrait.

A self potrait.

 This is a self portrait I took the other day. It took a few tries, since I used a fixed focal-length lens (50mm f/1.8, to be exact). I tried to capture my current state of emotions, which isn’t the best at the moment, but with time I will realize that I shouldn’t be so down about what happened to me. I’m still alive, and have the rest of my life to look forward to. Thanks for viewing/reading!

Pic of the day…

July 26, 2008
Soap.

Soap.

During a photoshoot earlier today for singer Patrick Sims (www.myspace.com/psimsmusic), on the streets of downtown Houston, Tx, we stumbled across this bar of soap. It most likely belonged to one of Houston’s many homeless residents…although it is just a bar of soap, it represents one of the world’s social ills..it is representative of the struggle of a group of people in today’s society that is often ignored, ridiculed- and seldom offered assistance. This, amongst other things, has made me more conscious of people in need in this world. We all could use some help, at one time or another. I hope this strikes a chord with people, and causes them to think of others in a world seemingly consumed by thought of self. Thanks for reading.

A Picture – A Poem.

May 6, 2008

Picture

A picture, is worth a thousand words.
A photographer, is a writer…

Clyde Grant II