Space Needle & Green Screen Portraits

May 5th, 2008

This last week has been overly hectic—new projects and personal design adventures. It all has me wondering when the week begins and ends. One of the biggest problems with freelancing is that it takes up a lot of your time if you’re not careful and firm with your hours. Speaking of which, I read a short article tonight on freelance and noticed a quote in it that I liked. The article is at Digital Dreamer towards the bottom of the page.

Moving on…A few days ago a friend Josh and myself went down to the studio for some recording stuff and snagged a few portraits on the green screen. We went out again today up to the Space Needle. I have to say, even though I find myself scared of dangling over the edge of giant drops, I didn’t have a problem hanging over the fencing trying to snap a shot of downtown.

Downtown Seattle
South of Puget Sound/Seattle was hazy. Mount Rainier was visible but not by much.

Space Needle Portraits

Space Needle Portraits

Throwback Sweater

Stretch for Success


Josh Portrait

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