Casey 3 Photo

Urban Landscape/Photo Journalist/Fine Art Photographer

Category Archives: documentary

The Fall Image

Rifflandia – Unposted

Kodak 400

iPhotography

I’m not an expert when it comes to iPhone applications. If anything, I think the use of instamatic or any other ‘vintage’ camera application is a tad overrated and abused. For one thing, to me it doesn’t look authentic, especially photos taken in minimal lighting because the digital noise is so obvious and it takes away from the look of the photo. I personally, do not have an iPhone — just an LG flip phone, which in my mind and opinion takes great photos — although the shutter is fussy. My sister on the other hand has an iPhone and downloaded an app that uses 4 different cameras and film stock, so I set aside my assumptions and ran around the house taking photos of anything and everything and I have to admit, I loved it! Now, I’m no Jeremy Cowart (check out his photos from Haiti that he took on his iPhone here). This is just a little fun I was having and I do intend to try and master this new approach ­čÖé

At Night

On my way to the corner store to pick up a Coke Zero I did some photos. ISO 3200, f/2.8 and f/5.6, around 1/20th and 1/4th of a sec. It helps to hold your breath.

Buggie Smalls

Sheds at Night

The title pretty much says it all. I’ve been testing my skills with long exposures. Most of these are 30 second exposures ranging anywhere between f/5.6 and f/16.

Night Photos –>

Since I’ve been living back in Williams Lake, I’ve found a new hobby/interest/project —┬ádocumenting┬áthe city itself. It started with just practicing composition and just trying to be creative because I don’t really know of anyone to photograph. This is certainly going to be ongoing and I’m definitely inspired by other photographers who turn their cameras to their own backyards and capture how they see it. Tonight I wanted to do some night shooting and took my Nikon D1X and a tri-pod (not the sturdiest) and ventured around my neighborhood. I’m pretty happy with the results.

Single Cell

War Photographer

Trailer and clip from an amazing documentary.