Friday, May 20, 2005

Night Vision of Yesterday and Today


They say the night vision cameras that were first used in the 1991 Gulf War were primitive instruments compared to the latest iraqi surveillance and recording toys being utilized in the time of Dubya's Kingdom today, but back then I was only interested in capturing kodak moments as a photographer. And at the same time, testing the lighting conditions of places where people normally take offense at being photographed. The above picture was taken with a simple point and shoot during my thirtysomething experiments with hard liquor. I kept my cameras, but I gave up the scotch long since.

The 'Fotog Follies' photo exhibit launches tonight at the Oarhouse and will hang for the next four weeks, so drop by and show your best face. :)

-- ben Posted by Hello

1 comment:

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