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This is another of The Photo Elective series of photographs that Tina, I and every other illustration major attending The Philadelphia College of Art were required to shoot, process and print. This is a self-portrait of Ms Garceau.
What do you do when the train is late and you’re bored?
I fired up the free, cross-platform, image editing software known as GNU Image Manipulation Program or GIMP and had a bit of fun with this photo I shot of an industrial building at the corner of 12th and Jackson in … Continue reading
Along Broad Street in South Philadelphia
Cranes above a construction site at Broad and Washington in South Philadelphia.
I was headed to a newly opened art supply store in what is known as Center City in Philadelphia when I happened to look up. Fortunately the lighting was good, and I had my compact camera with the terrific zoom … Continue reading
Dad wearing a casual jacket (which was weird for the time being that everybody wore a suit jacket and tie everywhere) in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. I cropped it off of this image, but ’41 is written … Continue reading
Beating up a boring photo with GIMP and Affinity Photo.
Weathered neon sign in Philadelphia
This is another of The Photo Elective series of photographs that Tina, I and every other illustration major attending The Philadelphia College of Art were required to shoot, process and print. My guess is that the notion of the class … Continue reading
The Academy @ Palumbo • 1100 Catharine Street, Philadelphia PA
A beautiful autumnal scene on an otherwise unspectacular section of Philadelphia’s main drag.
Some people have trouble letting go. Spotted on South Broad Street in South Philadelphia.
Here’s a little urban texture from South Philly. This was on Washington Avenue West of Broad Street which is being gentrified but is wonderfully industrial. This is a factory window gloriously illuminated by the rays of the setting sun.