Fifty-Two Frames: Women

After attempting a lot of set-up shots that just didn't work, I made a Hail Mary pass when, while juggling 3639846 things, I noticed Bebe standing at the window. <Click.> Week 28: Women After three years of working from home, I went back to an office this week. The week that war threatens my kids,... Continue Reading →

Fifty-Two Frames: Forced Perspective

Learned something new this week - did not know there was a whole photographic genre called 'forced perspective.' Also had thought this type of stuff was cheesy, so I'm glad i got to go for emo here. And the reason I had actually been sighing at our future was this article. Week 20: Forced Perspective... Continue Reading →

Fifty-Two Frames: Movie Scene

Clearly exhausted and at a 30% lower brain function than usual, I misread the theme this week - did not realize it was a 'scene.' So this is more of an icon. Of a creepy, beloved home invader. Week 18: Movie Scene "He should not be here when your mother is out!"

Fifty-Two Frames: Action

Pardon me while I totally have a week where I need to submit for the sake of continuity... Action is tough. At least my subjects had fun. Week 8: Action A theme that is a win-win for all involved...

Fifty-Two Frames: In the beginning

I'm not one for cheesy Zionism, but with my aliyah anniversary passing a week ago, and Ariel Sharon passing yesterday, and my submission down to the wire at 5:45pm, I decided, why not. This would be the week for that. I had spotted this scene every day and neglected to take a photo until Thursday.... Continue Reading →

Fifty-Two Frames: Self Protrait

It's a period when you're never alone, your identity is not that of a single person. That makes it difficult to recognize yourself and be yourself - for a limited time. There is another soul inside you, and even your most intimate moments are shared. You're not who you were and you'll never be who... Continue Reading →

Fifty-Two Frames: Music

This is an example of a last minute idea that I actually am pretty happy with. It was a little awkward because I had to be my own model and hold the camera and use the forward-facing side so the picture is grainy, though I kinda think the graininess works with the topic. Another idea... Continue Reading →

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