Today I got turned on to a few new things. The first was an exquisite body of work titled A Lonesome Sound by photographer Lisa Elmeleh. These tintype photographs are exactly the kind of traditional photographic processing that I both love and am excited to see reemerge in the digital world. Soon after this visual discovery, I was turned on to Lexington’s Warren Byrom and The Caneland’s latest: The Fabled Canelands.
Meanwhile, yesterday Jimmy Duckworth turned me on to a photo app for my iPhone (works on iPad, too) called Snapseed. Here’s a little taste of that from today as well (note the handmade oil lamp my parents gave me for Christmas and a picture of the best dog ever, Sadie (1992-2009).
All this as snow was flying while the Rose Parade marched. It made for an exquisite second day of this new year.