Thursday, September 20, 2012

224 Cincy | #70 - 73


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

Another Time Lapse and Changing Focus


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


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


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


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"


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


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

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

The Blue Ash Airport


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.