Monthly Archives: July 2010

DEE DAY – R GRUPPE INVADES DYNO BAY

Spoke with John Dilger tonight, editor of ESSES, regarding permission to post my past work with the publication on my blog. As mentioned in the previous post, I was the art director/graphic designer for ESSES. I have copied one of the articles that … Continue reading

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GER-MEXICAN EXPERIENCE

These are a few pics from an article I shot for the Early 911S Registry’s quarterly publication ESSES – vol 19, number 4, Nov 2009 winter issue. It was my last issue as the art director/designer for this hardcore early … Continue reading

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AND WE’RE CHANGING OUR WAYS

Here are some photos that will appear in the Harvey article. John Gray and I spent a Saturday with him at his shop in Oroville, a town known for producing “powdered goods.” Aside from being the best wheel restorer in … Continue reading

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TAKING DIFFERENT ROADS

Just got done watching DOMINO, directed by Tony Scott with Keira Knightley and Mickey Rourke. Not a very good movie but some interesting color treatment. I can watch bad movies just for the post processing of the film. Anyway…I designed … Continue reading

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POST ON POST PROCESSING

Since the last post, I have received several emails inquiring about my camera and if I post process the images. I have a Canon…it really doesn’t matter what camera I have in my bag. It’s just a device that captures … Continue reading

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MUCHAS GRACIAS

Enjoying a typical Northern CA Saturday afternoon, chil-laxing to the Silversun Pickups and pounding away at the Mac. Thought I would take the time to post process an image from a recent car show and thank everyone for all the … Continue reading

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DROPPED CALLS IN CAMBRIA

It didn’t matter what mobile phone you had at the Tenth Anniversary R Gruppe Treffen held in Cambria, CA 2009 – all calls got dropped. It was a dead zone. The mention of a $29 “rubber bumper” fix would have … Continue reading

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