Photographing Democratically 004 – Iced coffee on a humid summer morning in the midwest. I liked how the cold drink stood pit against the condensation-covered glass in the background. Taken on with an iPhone 11 with the Firstlight app [https://apps.apple.com/us/app/filmic-firstlight-photo-app/id1482338564] and then processed in
Photographing Democratically 003 – I saw this light, which is made of three lightbulbs wooden beads making an interesting texture of light and dark. I took a picture with FiLMic's Firstlight app [https://apps.apple.com/us/app/filmic-firstlight-photo-app/id1482338564] and then did some minimal processing in the Photos
Photographing Democratically 002 – Doorbell in B&W. Taken with an iPhone 11's camera app and then processed in the photos app. The light-up circle of the doorbell's button made that echo (is it a lens flare?). I liked that.
Photographing Democratically 001 – I watched this YouTube video [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj6efh1mSH4] where Alec Sloth [https://www.alecsoth.com/photography/] talks about a book of photos by William Eggleston [https://egglestonartfoundation.org]. Sloth says that Eggleston was "photographing democratically," which meant that he treated that
After recording, mixing, and editing the InForm: Podcast interview with Todd McGowan [https://www.surplusjouissance.com/inform-045/] I uploaded it to my Transistor.fm [https://transistor.fm]account so I could release it, and when I looked at the InForm Title card I thought... "That's not very
I took this picture so long ago... Looking at it today I can see lots of flaws in the image: The background is more in focus than the person (who is really the subject of the image). Be all that as it may, the me that looks at the image
I like the way the darkness works in this image. This image makes me think of the music of Bohren & Der Club of Gore [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohren_%26_der_Club_of_Gore].
A picture of a light in some cool glass. Taken& processed on an iPhone.
I liked how this circle mirror reflected the physical space. I pulled out my phine, took the picture, did about 2 min of editing/processing in the phone.