Recently I made an order for a few business cards that I just had to make a post about.
Moo is an online business that creates business cards for you! They give you pre-designed templates (or you can create your own design and then upload it) and all you must do is put your information in and then they ship them to you! For mine I got a nice and sleek design and then went farther with getting my actual photos printed on the reverse side of the card itself. As a photographer you want to share your work so what better way than to do it with your card itself! Moo offers really high quality paper card stock as well with a smooth finish to it and the print quality is superb. If you are looking to get some cards made they don’t cost as much as you would think, I ordered 100 of them for around $40 and then went on to get this sleek and just awesome case that holds them for an extra $10.
I was half buzzed when I made this but basically it is 3 photographs layered together to create a single image. In Jerry Uelsmann’s line of work he does a simular thing only using film in a darkroom. I want to create things like this in the darkroom someday just because I think it’s more “creation” than just mixing a few photos together and changing the properties of them to make it work, he did it by hand which is pretty amazing. I will do more of these in the future.
New yorkers from the view of a carriage ride. Late at night me and my parents decided to get back to our hotel in style rather than take a taxi so we took a carriage ride! I had some film left (this was after we were at the Rockefeller center) and decided to take a few shots from the point of view of the carriage! This is what I got