Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Smile



For these self-portraits (taken with the help of my friend, Jon) I am looking through an old camera that we have at our office. No Photoshop trickery!

11 Comments:

Blogger Pod said...

;0)

6/12/2007 6:58 PM  
Blogger photowannabe said...

Clever self portrait Joel.
Thanks for your nice comment on my last post. Its appreciated.

6/13/2007 12:00 AM  
Blogger Anna said...

Very creative I must say! Busy at the office again today, huh? :)

6/13/2007 2:28 AM  
Anonymous Andrea said...

This is hilarious. I just can't believe it's real. It looks so fake...not that I think you'd lie to us or anything!

6/13/2007 5:02 PM  
Anonymous Jonathan said...

Definitely not fake...I took them with my own two hands! :)

6/13/2007 5:32 PM  
Blogger Chad Oneil said...

Awesome, dude.

6/13/2007 6:14 PM  
Anonymous Keffy said...

Okay, it all makes sense now. That wacky noise you make with your stomach when it's empty - it's NOT your stomach; I see from the first photo that there is actually a person in there. You had me fooled all this time! It's amazing how much he looks like you - perhaps it is a twin that you accidentally ate when you were in the womb together?

Fun effects, Doooooooode!

6/13/2007 11:53 PM  
Blogger Corey Bienert said...

These are great, Joel.

It seems like so many people become so absorbed by the ability to use photoshop, and I always appreciate the original picture more.

I came up with the analogy that it's like the difference between a band that can play amazing live, and a band that can only make studio albums. I have so much more respect for the band that can create sound amazing without all the bells and whistles of post production.

6/14/2007 7:33 PM  
Blogger Sarch said...

What a cool idea!

6/14/2007 9:37 PM  
Blogger Ben Reynolds said...

Thats awesome! Frig, you are SO good with Photoshop dude!

6/14/2007 10:07 PM  
Blogger JAM said...

Cool shots. Argus is a venerable old name in cameras. I inherited an old Argus C3, 35mm camera from my Father in Law.

Inventive and well done.

6/15/2007 4:23 PM  

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