I recently got a new camera, an Olympus E-PL1 Camera. I have needed to upgrade for quite sometime, just to document my artwork with better results. The camera was the perfect fit for me, classic looking, and multiple lens options. One of the features of the camera is a tilt shift focus which turns the world outside into what appears to be a toy model. I've always been curious of this since I had seen the work of Miklos Gaal. It's really become an inspired option for me, and here are a few of my personal favorites that I have taken in the last few weeks.
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Beach Fossils - Vacation.mp3
I'm obsessed right now with a loose sense of line. I've been taking images that I currently work on in ink, from a sketchbook I keep, well one of several, and then run them through the digital hurdles and return to projection onto larger canvas's. It really is feeling right and boundless...
The only thing slowing me right now is a bad cold, but my head keeps humming with ideas...