It’s The Bee’s Knees

April 22nd, 2010

D20 7551 Its The Bees Knees That’s what Angie thinks of the new f-eleven volume 2 that she’s checking out in this photo. Do you have your copy yet? Better go to that link and buy one while you can. By the way, Angie is in two photos in vol. 2, in my self-portrait and also in my friend, Dave Rudin’s self-portrait.

Sorry I’ve not been posting much lately. Getting ready for the Seattle Erotic Art Festival and for my upcoming gallery show in Chicago at Gallery Provocateur has been taking up most of my time.

And, of course, there was the trip to the eye doctor for that wonderful laser treatment. It wasn’t bad at all. Once he started zapping my eye it only took about 5 minutes to do the full 100 zaps. It didn’t hurt at the time, although for the next couple days my eye felt a bit irritated, kind of like I had gotten poked in the eye with a stick, or that I’d had something in my eye for a while. But that feeling is all gone now. I go back in a few weeks for a follow-up where I’ll find out if the treatment worked and the pressure in that eye is lowered.

So now I’m starting to think about packing for Seattle. I’m working on the assumption that it will be raining while I’m there. That will give me a chance to work in bad weather, which always seems to result in the best photos. But I have to take extra pains to keep the gear at least dry enough to survive and be used another day. Except for one new piece of equipment that arrived yesterday. I now have one of those waterproof point-and-shoot cameras. If the weather is really bad out there I’ll just shoot with it. And in the future when I want to go for a jaunt in a kayak or run around in the surf to take some shots, I won’t have to worry about ruining the Nikon if anything goes wrong. I had considered getting the waterproof housing for my Canon S90, but this camera was actually less expensive than the housing, so I went with it.

Things may slow down just a bit now, at least until I catch that flight to Seattle. So maybe I’ll make a few new posts before I leave. Or not…

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One Response to “It’s The Bee’s Knees”

  1. 1Lin
    April 27th, 2010 @ 3:35 am

    Glad to hear your op went well!

    BTW that's a stunning portrait – and you know how I love your potraiture 🙂

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