Author Archives: Craig
Post processing in Photoshop is a significant part of my artistic process. I use my camera and photographic skills to record a scene as it appears but it never seems to truly capture my vision. For that I turn to tools … Continue reading
Another antique tool from my father’s tool box – a brace and bit set. The brace has the date “December 30, 1884” and was manufactured by the “Peck Stow & Wilcox Co” and is marked as “Patented Sept 13, 1881.”
These two old monkey wrenches were in a tool box I inherited from my father, which I believe he inherited from his father. The wrenches seem to date back to around 1900, perhaps earlier.
I love to experiment in the studio. In this case it was to explore what happens when the subject is sandwiched between two mirrors. The effect here creates a kaleidoscope of reflections and creates the illusion that the model is … Continue reading