Last night, at the First Friday Art Walk, I set up a portable portrait studio and made portraits with 66 lovely people.
I’ve been working on a self portrait project that doesn’t show my face, but may be more revealing.
What do our busy arrangements reveal?
After my fathers death, artifacts of his activity were left behind. Were these just random shuffling, or deliberate attempts to soothe, to order?
I’m presenting them in square format, in the spirit of Instagram. The images are going on Instagram and my Flickr feed.
I have my first photo series on Diverxity.com.
In this photo series, Ivett is wearing vintage lingerie and collecting water for coffee at the kitchen sink. Her mind seems to wander as she looks out the window…
You can view this set on Diverxity, Ivett Toth, Morning Coffee by Eric Holsinger on Diverxity.
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Last Autumn we were invited to a University of Alabama home game against the University of Tennessee. I took the opportunity to document the game day with a single fixed 35mm lens on my Canon 60d.
In early December, I volunteered to take some photos for a community organization called Heart of Biddeford. They were organizing a fun event in Biddeford for the holidays called Downtown Holiday Festival.
My long term goal is that someday my photographs of people will be more popular than my photographs of lighting gear.
I was experimenting with photographing some of the various game controllers lying around my house.
The images are OK and I discovered a few things about photographing products like this.