I was looking through pictures I created in 2013. I thought I hadn’t done that many, and it was a quiet year, but I’m pretty happy with the ones I did create. I figured I’d create a gallery for them. … Continue reading
Author Archives: Phillip Drawbridge
I bought my computer nearly 8 years ago. Which as far as computers go is a thousand years. Since then I have upgraded the hard drive (twice), power supply, RAM, graphics card, all the fans. But it doesn’t disguise that … Continue reading
OK, they’re digital, so no matter how many I sell, not everything will go. Looks like DAZ is having a sale. Lots of my models up for grabs at 66% off!!! If you use Bryce or Carrara then you should … Continue reading
A couple of photos from a recent trip to Spring Grove Cemetery.
I’m very much about the retro. But I’m also very much about the newest and bestest. So if a camera comes along that looks retro, but has a full frame 16mp sensor then I want it. I saw this … Continue reading
I can’t say I’m an expert, but I have played around with HDR in the past. Now that we have Photoshop CS6 we have a lot of new tools to play around with. HDR is a method of capturing … Continue reading
I read an article at lunch time that said how a 50mm prime lens could be your new best friend. I have been using Gale’s 28-135mm lens, which I love. But it does have the draw back that it can … Continue reading
This morning (and some of yesterday) was spent designing and cutting (and photographing) a little Norman style church. And yes, as far as I know Norman churches don’t have flying buttresses, but I like them. This was designed in … Continue reading
Fingernails are great. Why did no one tell me this? I’ve bitten my nails since I’ve had them. I can’t remember not biting them and I bite them bad, right down until they bleed and then some more and if … Continue reading
This is the problem with two days off in a row and no plans to go outside. I’ve made another picture. This one inspired by a painting by Michael Whelan.