It's all about the photoblog thingy. I urge you to check it out and let me know what you think.
Or you can check out my quick and odd payphone project at: http://disconnected.doesntexist.com
Or you can take a look at one of my medium format black and white projects at: http://genitaliaexmachina.doesntexist.com
Best wishes to kalen on fleeing. I hope they come back after a breather and drop me a note.
<Cool Man Eddie> Guess what, crackas? The missiles are on their way! Get dirty fast!
Yes, I am one of those obnoxious cluttered homenoders. Thanks for asking.
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I've finished my first album as G8. It's called Floating Point. At this point it's 6 tracks, about 50 minutes long. Not only is it not on a label, there's only 10 copies of it.
Feel free to message me in the catbox with any questions, comments, corrections, etc, etc. Or, you can email me at afrop23(at)yahoo(dot)com.
Current Projects OR Ideas For You to Steal
- Jazz Stuff
- Charles Mingus
- Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus (done)
- The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady (done)
- Mingus Ah Um
- Blues & Roots (done)
- Tijuana Moods
- Pithecanthropus Erectus
- East Coasting
- Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus
- Tonight at Noon
- The Complete Town Hall Concert
- Mingus Plays Piano
- Let My Children Hear Music
- Final Work
- Myself When I Am Real (biography)
- Beneath the Underdog (autobiography)
- Conference Call
- Final Answer
- Art Blakey
- Max Roach
- Scott Henderson
- Space Ghost Coast to Coast
- Chambraigne (DyRE)
- Girl Hair
- Curling Flower Space
- Fire Ant (done)
- King Dead (done)
- Kentucky Nightmare (done)
- The Justice Hole
- Knifin' Around (done)
- Sweet For Brak
iceowl's Antarctic Diary
November 16, 2002 (idea) - The Ride In*
November 17, 2002 (place) - The Truth and Tricks of Light
November 18, 2002 (place) - Nowhere
November 19, 2002 (thing) - Mandatory coursework
November 21, 2002 (place) - Meat
November 22, 2002 (place) - And then there was light
November 23, 2002 (place) - Pack animal
November 24, 2002 (place) - Silent before the echos
November 25, 2002 (place) - Sling load
November 26, 2002 (place) - Cold
November 27, 2002 (place) - Sometimes walking is enough*
November 28, 2002 (place) - All warthogs are from hell
November 29, 2002 (place) - The ring around the sun
November 30, 2002 (place) - In the giant's house
December 1, 2002 (place) - Three glaciers
December 3, 2002 (place) - The plateau
December 4, 2002 (idea) - Remebrance of places distant
December 5, 2002 (place) - Harsh continent
December 6, 2002 (place) - Miami
December 7, 2002 (place) - Welcome to my blistering Antarctic hangover
December 9, 2002 (place) - What have I done with my life
December 10, 2002 (thing) - Shut up, I'm dreaming
December 11, 2002 (thing) - No more negotiation
December 12, 2002 (person) - Stories
December 13, 2002 (person) - I will find a God
December 14, 2002 (person) - Tag
Iceowl's Antarctic diaries for 2003
October 25, 2003: How to survive a plane crash
October 27, 2003: What if nothing happens
October 29, 2003: The inherent nature of men and women
Iceowl's Antarctic diaries for 2004
October 21, 2004: Packing for and Traveling to Antarctica
October 28, 2004: What's With You?
November 6th, 2004: November 5, 2004
November X, 2004: light and the weather
* denotes a title I made up for lack of a proper one.
Ignore anything below here. Or peak at what random crap I'm working on....either way, really.
Depending on exactly what your definition of macro is and what you're looking for, I probably have something that might be of use. If you have more concrete needs, I can actually go though my unscanned negatives and digital archives. I have a bit of "true macro" medium format stuff, some "true" 4x5 stuff and quite a bit of "macro-by-virtue-of-subject-distance" digital stuff.
I have quite a few things along these lines from small softbox light tests. They're all around 6'-18' subject/lens distance but don't really scream "macro"...
This one is from a 4x5 neg. In this small file it's not as obvious that I used lens swing to control the plane of focus unless you look at where the pieces sit. I have a few other over 1:1 4x5 shots that demonstrate the same thing, this one just happened to be handy.