Thursday, September 20, 2012

224 Cincy | #70 - 73



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The four latest frames made in support of 224 Views of Cincinnati.

Another Time Lapse and Changing Focus



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Showed the last time lapse to some classmates during a critique and people seemed to like it. Working on a way to integrate them into the 224 Views of Cincinnati project. Maybe matte a tablet and play various time lapses on a loop? Definitely plan to shoot more of these.

Also thinking about not striving for 224 separate photographs, just ones that I like and whatever number I have at the end, that's it. So the project needs a new name. Any thoughts?

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

"Sunrise" Timelapse



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The skyline of Losantiville and a tree in Devou Park at dawn. Shot between 7:03 and 8:03 AM on 9/18/12.

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

"Revolution" - The Latest in Post-Apocalyptic Programming



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Last night NBC debuted a new show entitled "Revolution." Set in a post-apocalyptic future fifteen years after an unexplained event destroys all electronic devices and most technology, the show follows four heroes in their quest to save the world. Dystopia is becoming a common theme in television and for years has been a common scenario in cinema. Scenes of modern society abandoned and decaying parallel that of Urban Exploration, a common subject of my photographic work - hence why I was interested in this show and the portrayal of abandonment in the history of media.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Ran Into the Vice President After Work Today



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Today was like any normal day at work, except for a random encounter with the Vice President on the way home.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

224 Cincy | #69 "Companions"



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Made this photograph and featured it in a different update. Decided to add it to 224 Cincy.

Friday, September 7, 2012

224 Cincy | #60 - 68



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Eight new frames for getting back into 224 Views of Cincinnati.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

The Blue Ash Airport



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When it comes to abandoned suburbia, one might think about closed fast food joints, shuttered gas stations or foreclosed homes. In Blue Ash though, there stands a small, closed airport. A piece of aviation history is set to be demolished for a new community park in a growing suburb amidst a political controversy that raises questions about the modern day pursuit of truth.