Fine Art Photography from the CatPad…

Archive for July, 2011

Penny

Penny, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

Here is our fat cat Penny. Penny (aka Zilla!) was shot with the whopping 0.3 megapixel Sony Mavica MVC-FD5.


Josie

Josie, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

Here is our baby girl Josie shot with the whopping 0.3 megapixel Sony Mavica MVC-FD5. Love the old school resolution? :)


Sony Mavica MVC-FD5

Sony Mavica MVC-FD5, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

An early digital camera from Sony. It was Sony’s first digital still camera produced between late 1997 and early 1998. It features a huge resolution of 0.3 megapixels! And records on 3.5 inch floppy disks. It’s this week’s feature camera…


Detroit Institute of Arts

Detroit Institute of Arts, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

A neon piece in the contemporary galleries at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Shot with my Rolleicord TLR, color slide film cross processed C-41


Ashley

Ashley, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

My sister Ashley. She is an artist too. I have some of her work up in our house. Shot with the Rolleicord TLR, color slide film, crossed processed C-41…


First Congregational Church

First Congregational Church, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

First Congregational Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Shot with my Rolleicord TLR during the Ann Arbor Art Fairs; Friday evening July 22. Color slide film cross processed C-41…

…and yes, there is intentional lens flare here too…


Ann Arbor Street Art Fair

Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

I think this may be the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair. One of four art fairs in Ann Arbor that all occur at the same time. This was shot with my Rolleicord TLR, color slide film cross-processed. I intentionally shot into the sun to get the flare…


Daffodils

Daffodils, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

Daffodils shot this spring with my Rolleicord TLR. The film is color slide film cross processed in C-41. This is my very first roll of medium format film ever shot…


Well – I’m still depressed…

…over not be selected by a local venue to display my artwork. I see they have released the 2012 schedule and I see one of the artists is from Pittsburgh, PA. I thought they were promoting LOCAL artists? Michigan or possibly Northwest Ohio. I really don’t think Pittsburgh is local. Maybe I am hung up on this rejection, but it was my first. It was also my first application – so I guess rejection will be a normal part of the process. But it still hurts. And releasing the 2012 schedule (that I am not a part of) still is painful. I should move on and I have in a ways – but I still keep coming back to this rejection. I will enter more shows – I just don’t know what will be my first.  So much for promoting local artists Village Theater. Ugh…


Rolleicord

Rollei, originally uploaded by spakulsk.

This week I will be featuring photos from a classic TLR made by Franke & Heidecke. It’s the amateur version TLR, the Rolleicord. I used it today to snap pictures at the Ann Arbor Art Fairs…


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