On the road again

I-5 Rest stop, near Oceanside, CA 2016 copyright Douglas Stockdale Unlike my earlier international travels as part of my day-job, my recent trips are more about a series of local day-trips either driving down to San Diego or up to Los Angeles. Both of these locations, as well as many of the places in between,... Continue Reading →

Getting back on track

Untitled (Garden District, St Charles trolley way, New Orleans, LA October 2015) copyright 2015 Douglas Stockdale Today I seem to have a case of the blase, so I feel a off. Usually one good cure (for me) is to jump back in the fray. Thus a great reason to finish the development of this image... Continue Reading →

Instant Nomad – Santa Ana

. Untitled (Santa Ana, CA April 15, 2014) copyright 2014 Douglas Stockdale. Today was my day for jury duty. I was summoned to the Superior Court of California in Orange County. As always, I figured that this would be an interesting experience. Usually is. In the past, I have found that the court system is... Continue Reading →

Instant Nomad – In Transit March 2014

I made this observation during one of my frequent trips. A common perspective for those on flights. I am intrigued in this variant of portraiture and I have been making a series of these passenger portraits as a possible part of my Instant Nomad series. Cheers! Untitled (Orange County to Atlanta, March 2014) copyright 2014... Continue Reading →

Instant Nomad – Hunt Valley

Untitled (Hunt Valley, Maryland, March 2014) copyright 2014 Douglas Stockdale Late last month I posted an urban landscape photograph made from this same vantage point. These two photographs have a very different appearance that might be best explained that they originated from two different digital capture systems. The photograph above is from my Canon 5D,... Continue Reading →

Instant Nomad – Maryland

Untitled (Hunt Valley, Maryland, March 2014) copyright 2014 Douglas Stockdale While on a business trip earlier this week to Maryland, I continued to investigate the found urban landscape. Serendipity and chance play a decisive part of this investigate. In this case, this is a composition found when looking out my hotel window. Cheers!

Instant Nomad – Anaheim

untitled (Anaheim, CA) copyright 2014 Douglas Stockdale. So I have been continuing to think about what makes the wider format of the Samsung 4 cell-camera images so intriguing. Perhaps it finally dawned on me and maybe I'm the last to figure this out but it's a similar wide ratio as to my high-def t.v. It... Continue Reading →

Instant Nomad at SFO

untitled (San Francisco Airport, CA, January 2014) copyright 2014 Douglas Stockdale. While looking at these two alternatives as potentials for my Instant Nomad series, the panoramic above is more in line with my intent. With a traditional format camera, I would have definitely wanted to step back to include the multifaceted perspective. Each window is... Continue Reading →

Industrial Yard, Cornona

untitled (Industrial Yard, Corona, CA December 2013) copyright 2014 Douglas Stockdale. Continuing to look at my panoramic photographs as a part of my Instant Nomad project. And continuing to be interested in how these particular kind of panoramatic formatted photographs look. I choose the cropping of the 10 x 8 format below to isolated and... Continue Reading →

Instant Nomad in Corona

Untitled (In n Out, Corona, CA December 2013) copyright 2014 Douglas Stockdale Oh where to begin? Firstly, this is another photograph that may or may not be in my Instant Nomad photobook but IS included in the project, if that makes sense. I have a ton of images I will consider as I edit, but... Continue Reading →

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