Friday, January 22, 2010

Two days: Ridin' out El Niño

It has been very beautiful here lately. It goes with out saying, but I will say it: I'm a whiz at the computer crap. So I go for a walk snapping pictures the whole time. Takes an hour or so. Then I spend another 20 minutes or so 'processing' and posting the images, et voilà, they are done and out there in the world. Almost real time. It takes me a lot less time to do this than you might imagine, and so here goes!
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
This interesting shot of Sisters Rocks grew on me. There is a very remarkable series of similar triangles, one side rooted on land, one side in the sea. The geometry and the compression of the zoom lens, the dark blue line out at see, the green grass, the yellow brown moss. There's something I just like about this image.
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10


South from Frankport, Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
In yesterday's shots (1/21), I started playing around with the film aspect ratio of 2.35:1. I really wish I knew how wide the majority of user monitors were; I would go bigger than 1024 if I thought more had better screens. Much of my image processing is scripted, and the first output is 1920 pixels wide. That's new since about November, but it means that someday, I'll be able to use HDTV panels at full resolution for say, an art installation. Or build DVD slide shows at full resolution. I would really be into seeing how the shots hold up on a 50 inch screen.
Ophir beach, Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Ophir beach, Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Ophir beach, Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10
Ophir beach, Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/21/10

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Ophir Road, Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/22/10
Martin HD28, Andrew D. Barron ©1/22/10
Martin HD28, Andrew D. Barron ©1/22/10
Martin HD28, Andrew D. Barron ©1/22/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/22/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/22/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/22/10
Curry County, OR, Andrew D. Barron ©1/22/10

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